5 Haunted City Tours to Meet Your Local Ghosts

You Pass These Places Everyday

Every building you pass has a history; some have great stories of fun – while others might have a more sinister past. Especially in Southern California, there are stories of hauntings that will make your ears tense, and your little hairs stand up. Do you have to see a ghost to believe they exist, or would you rather not know at all? Any bump or scratch you heat at night can be an entity of the supernatural trying to make itself known, or even worse – make contact with you. Who knows if when you wake up in the middle of the night, it’s because your body sensed someone or something watching you sleep. Maybe you’re safe at home, but it’s no guarantee for the old buildings you walk and drive by every day.

Haunted Tours to Change Your Mind About Ghosts

Hollywood Forever Cemetery Walking Tour

Hollywood Forever Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90038

Everyone wants to be famous and remembered, but maybe not for being a ghost. Take a walk through the famous Hollywood Forever Cemetery to relive the fascinating world of Hollywood history. Who knows what celebrity spirit might be walking behind you on this creepy crawl.

Take the Tour

Downtown Los Angeles Haunted Tales

Pico House
424 N. Main Street Los Angeles, CA 90012

Downtown Los Angeles has seen its share of sinister stories. From the haunted hotels that the infamous Richard Ramirez stayed at to the horrific findings of the Black Dahila, they don’t end. Walkthrough time to discover the secrets of this City of Angels.

Discover the Secrets

City of Fullerton Haunted Walking Tour

Fullerton Museum
301 N Pomona Ave, Fullerton, CA 92832

Tonight is the last night for this DTF night – Downtown Fullerton, that is. Or for this season, Downtown Fright. The Orange County Paranormal Society will walk you through the streets of the small town with a significant past. A haunted theater and a scary museum – who would have thought?

Learn the City’s Story

Orange Ghost Walk

Royer Mansion
307 E Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92866

Everyone loves a ghost story, but as soon as you hear that, it’s true – it might be a little different. Come to the most haunted places in Orange County and visit everywhere from antique stores to a real Undertaker’s Parlor. We can only hope the spirits are as lovely as the city.

Greet a Ghost

The Old Town Trolley Ghosts & Gravestones

Old Town Market
4010 Twiggs Street San Diego, CA 92110

Take the drive down south for a scary tour you won’t forget. The old town holds old stories of cowboys, criminals, and others that lived and died in those very buildings. Make sure to watch your back, and these souls are said to follow those they like. From the famous Whaley House to the old cemetery, you’ll have a lot to see.

See the Spirits

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