Justice wasn’t always the result, and lives ended in a painful way here.
Mission San Miguel
The Whaley House
The USS IOWA B-16 Museum
Cary House Hotel
The Cascade Theatre in Redding
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
Horton Grand Hotel
John S. Cain House
Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
Paso Robles Inn
Casa de Estudillo
Alcatraz Prison National Park
Cuppa Coffee and More
Some servants of the Lord are still serving, even in their after-life phase.
A spirit who took his own life is restless with self-blame and because loved ones found out his secrets.
Building over part of this Cemetery has caused issues with a boatload of restless spirits.
Is home to a boatload of spirits; While most are friendly to a point, there is an intolerant grumpus with strong dislikes!
A mansion fire victim is depressed and doesn’t care.
Well-mannered, cordial spirits, including a murder victim are now guests.
Facts conflict with the official story of the “Beautiful Stranger.”
Inhabited by past owners or folks connected to this place. They are amused with modern conveniences and people.
Some sailors who died on board have never taken shore leave.
A family member died after caring for sick little ones before knowing of their fate.
Former spectral employees still are working; even disciplining sour guests.
A rather cheeky, but dedicated male concierge can still flirt!
A full-of-fun entity and a ten year old, a handful, reside here.
Many miners and townspeople alike enjoyed a cool bottle of flavored water, some spirits still do…
Angry spirits who suffered mob justice, shared their rage. Other victims linger, enjoying the perks offered.
It was not a good idea to put a mass grave under the cemetery…
Apparently the Reading Room is for both the living and spirits!