Want to spend a spooky, sleepless night in Los Angeles while you listen to blood curdling screams, doors slamming, and paranormal sights? Then head on down to the Queen Mary in Long Beach and book stateroom B340.
One of the top places to see celebrities – and perhaps some of their crazy antics – in Los Angeles is the historic Chateau Marmont Hotel and its restaurant.
Some legends are hard to escape and so it is with the gritty past of the Comedy Store. Once a nightclub owned by the mob, creepy things, hauntings and even modern day suicides and murders are associated with the popular Sunset Strip comedy club.
TCL Grauman’s Chinese Theatre is one of the most popular tourist attractions on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and one of the most lavish movie palaces ever built. It’s also quite haunted.
As LA Urban Legend has it, the Hollywood Walk of Fame has got to be one of the most haunted places on earth!
For the last 86 years, the Hollywood Sign has been haunted. Or so the urban legend goes.
As chic as the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is, it also has a reputation of being haunted. It is one of LA’s urban legends.