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Haunted Guide San Diego

San Diego's Most Infamous Ghosts

From the original native Indians to the Spanish and Mexican Settlers, the city has had its share of culture that has influenced its personality. Within the beautiful boundaries of this southern California city, there’s also been an abundance of mystery, tragedy, darkness and ghosts. Read on to learn about San Diego’s most infamous ghosts.

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Most Haunted Hotels in San Diego

There are a few hotels in San Diego that are specifically known to be haunted. Historic and recognized for the eccentric stories of past residents, the Horton Grand Hotel, the Hotel del Coronado and the Grande Colonial all house a history of resident ghosts.

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Most Haunted Places In California

Known for its sunny disposition, beautiful cities, striking beaches, million dollar mansions and movie stars, it may be surprising to know that California also has a dark and eerie side. For paranormal enthusiasts, that’s not only good news, it’s reason enough to embark on an exploratory adventure.

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Haunted Guide to the William Heath Davis House (Davis Horton House)

Known today as the Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House, this historic space is located in the historic Gaslamp Quarter of downtown San Diego.

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The Most Haunted Places In San Diego

While most know of the beauty of San Diego, its mild climate and abundant culture, many people aren’t aware of its haunted reputation. Check out the Most Haunted Places in San Diego and discover for yourself why America’s Finest City is also one of the nation’s most haunted.

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Halloween Events

The spirits come alive this Halloween on San Diego’s most notorious tour… Ghosts and Gravestones. Take your seat on the trolley as our Gravedigger guides transport you back in time to San Diego’s past – and witness for yourself the paranormal activity, ghostly sightings and the unexplainable mysteries that surround some of San Diego’s most haunted sites.

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Horton Grand Hotel

Known for its impeccable décor, including antique-period pieces, fine restaurant and attentive service. This historic hotel in San Diego has a rich past filled with glamour and intrigue.

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The Haunted Guide to Pioneer Park

While on your San Diego vacation, make it a point to stop in – and keep looking over your shoulder; the restless souls of the dead could be waiting.

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El Campo Santo Cemetery

El Campo Santo Cemetery is a seemingly peaceful burial ground where many of San Diego’s deceased were laid to rest for all eternity. The cemetery, located in the Old Town San Diego Historic Park, was built in 1849 and was used until 1880. It’s just a few blocks away from the city’s most haunted building, The Whaley House. Founded as a Catholic cemetery, today only 477 of the original graves are still visible. It is said that the burial ground is only a fraction of what it used to be.

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San Diego Ghost Stories

Hear the story of Yankee Jim Robinson, one of the most active ghosts at the Whaley House. Stand where he is buried 6 feet under and learn how he met his gruesome end. …

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The Whaley House

The most haunted of all San Diego places is without a doubt, the Whaley House. Read on to learn more about this famous house and why it’s known as The Most Haunted House in America.

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