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Home of Hollywood, heartbreak, and tragedy. Find out why Los Angeles is the city where dreams are made until they become nightmares.

LA Ghosts offers a remorseless look at Tinsel Town’s dark past. Our unique collection of captivating and unnerving historical stories reveals what makes this city one of the most compelling haunted locations in the country.

Ghost Tour Meeting Location : Outside of the El Capitan Theatre at 6838 Hollywood Blvd

Tour Duration : 1hr. across 1 mile

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Despite Los Angeles’ reputation for sunny beaches and warm weather, don’t be surprised if you feel a chill taking our tour down and around the city’s famed Hollywood Boulevard. Since the 1920s, the Boulevard has been at the center of the film industry, the home to the Oscars and several world-renowned, and haunted theaters.

Take a walk with down Hollywood Boulevard and the surrounding streets to see historical locations like the TCL Chinese Theatre , the Hollywood Roosevelt, and The Magic Castle. Learn about several unexplained and downright creepy encounters that have taken place here over these last one hundred years.

Find out where Marilyn Monroe still makes an appearance or two, or how a grisly murder led to the haunting of the world’s most famous theater courtyard. Not everyone who comes to Los Angeles dreaming of fame and riches makes it, and that disappointment has led to many compelling ghost stories that will thrill and frighten you.

Your trip through Hollywood history will help you understand the true cost of fame and fortune, while also making the hair stand up on the back of your neck. And who knows, maybe you’ll see someone famous, even if they are no longer with us.

What draws the otherworldly to Los Angeles?

As the second-largest city in the United States, plenty of people have made their way through to the City of Angels and failed to see their dreams come true. In a town that glorifies make-believe, separating reality from the glitzy façade can be extremely difficult. Our tour offers you an uncompromising look at what makes Los Angeles such a haunted location.

Loss and disappointment are common themes in these stories; it’s easy to understand how Los Angeles has become such a hotbed for paranormal activity. Even as big corporate investors are revitalizing the area, remnants of a seedy past, full of failures peek through the cracks, whether through a grand bank building, or an abandoned studio theater, one of the largest ever built in the United States.

Sure, you can read about the ghosts of Hollywood, but experiencing the tragedy and failure that underlies the city of angel’s smiling exterior, in person, and at night will make you feel like you are a part of the city’s strange and ghostly history.

Reserve your tour today and experience the side of Los Angeles that Hollywood does not want you to know about!

The movies are where the magic is made, and the magicians who create the movies all admire real-life magicians. The LA Ghosts tour passes by one of the most revered places for many magicians to visit. It’s a strictly members-only institution where an invitation is as hard to find as a rabbit in a hat.

Originally the exotic-looking château style home of industrialist Rollin B. Lane, the 1909 structure is now The Magic Castle. An exclusive club for magicians and illusionists to show their routines to the most discerning crowd in the world – other magicians.

With so much magic around, it’s a shame they have been unable to protect themselves from being haunted. A ghostly presence backstage has verbally intimidated several performers, causing one heading on to the stage in the late 80s to tear apart the green room looking for the source of the cruel taunts he heard before his show.

The ghost of Rollin B. Lane also still roams the halls, he might know something about another mysterious presence in the basement. The basement is also home to the specter of a young girl. The Magic Castle will share more of its tricks with you on the LA Ghosts Tour.

Many guests on our tour have experienced unexplained events. We invite you to become one them.

LA Ghosts Tour takes you through 8 or 12 different sites around the Hollywood Boulevard area, each one ratcheting up the tension. Meet your experienced tour guide outside of the El Capitan Theatre, 6838 Hollywood Blvd , at least 15 minutes before your tour’s scheduled departure time. The standard tour takes about an hour and walks you through several landmark locations in the area. If you select the extended tour, you will get another 40 minutes of chilling stories and historical locations!

The LA Ghosts walking tour is a great way to see the amazing sites of Hollywood Boulevard while also getting your fill of the ghostly atmosphere of the city’s most haunted locations. This tour is perfect for first-time visitors to Los Angeles and seasoned locals alike!

Our Los Angeles Ghost Tour is a family-friendly attraction, and it is suitable for everyone, so bring your kids, friends, or a date! We’ll make sure that you have an informative, memorable, and slightly terrifying night. Keep in mind that tours fill up quickly, so reserve your spot early through our website.

With so many tours and activities to choose from LA Ghosts, how do you choose which ones to book?

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You want to immerse yourself in the spooky history of Tinsel Town


Soak up some fascinating history on your tour as well as hearing about the deplorable side of the City of Angels.  In a town where everyone’s got a story, sticking to the facts takes dedication and perseverance. Our tour is painstakingly researched and based on facts from the history books and recorded first person accounts of hauntings and ghostly sightings.

Los Angeles, like so much of southern California, was initially settled by Spanish Mexico, later absorbed into the United States after the Mexican War. The small city of Los Angeles struggled initially and focused on selling the sunshine of California as a health tonic to the pale, sickly workers of the East Coast (or so they were depicted).  The movie industry came later, and really got going with the arrival of Cecil B. DeMille. Weak Unions and plentiful labor with cheap space for studios made it a small rival for the established studios in the North East US.

The 40s and 50s with the Hollywood Red Scare, and the Golden age of the studio system established Hollywood’s reputation and opened the floodgates of people seeking fame and fortune, but the ghosts were already here.

The Hollywood sign even has its own hauntings and spooky stories. In 1930 the sign was still in its original form, reading ‘HOLLYWOODLAND’ it promoted a new housing development. Aspiring actress Peg Entwistle tasted fame, following the time-honored tradition of an ‘and’ career Actress ‘and’ stage bit player, she also went to parties with Hollywood’s royalty hoping to be noticed. The strategy worked, she appeared in one film, Thirteen Women (1932), but then she hit a dead end. Drinking, drugs, and depression ensued, and after one heavy night of drinking, she scaled all 50 feet of the first ‘H’ and plunged to her death.

Since then several sightings by hikers and even motorists have kept the story of Peg Entwistle alive and her spirit haunting the H in Hollywood.

You are looking to get to know the LA story

LA has the movies, but it’s still a city like any other, and even LA felt the effects of the Great Depression. The beautiful Hollywood First National building opened as a mixed-use building as high as was possible at the time, with ‘ultra-modern fixtures’ it was, for a while, a desirable location.

Then disaster struck, the Great Depression affected the owners. The building ran into trouble and became run down with the economic difficulties affecting many of the tenants, this led to one tense showdown where a tenant on the upper floors kidnapped his secretary and threatened her with a gun. The police attempted a daring raid, but it backfired and the gunman was tackled just after he had killed the secretary, and in the struggle he tried to shoot himself, maiming his face.

To this day a mutilated ghost patrols the building, which is perhaps why it remains empty and haunted.

Our tour is full of detailed insights into the lives, loves, and losses of the characters who helped build Hollywood and its storied legend.

You need something to do with the whole family

Hollywood is a family-friendly area today, our tour of LA’s Ghosts continues in this vein. We welcome people of all ages on the tour and offer entertainment and history for everyone. Our stories are scary, but we aim just short of terrifying, leaving most of the gore and guts to the imagination.

Some of the stories we tell are of benevolent hauntings, some might even be downright cute! Ghosts come in as many guises are there are living spirits to create them.

For example, the ghost that hoovers up the popcorn littered rows of The Egyptian Theatre has never been seen, but rumor has it the creature snuffles a lot like a pig, and if you drop your glasses and come face to face with it, you’ll only hear it, and see the seats move as it scurries away, startled. But bear in mind this has been going on for years…

You are looking for a new angle on the same old Hollywood Stories

Everyone knows the one in a million Hollywood stories that end in fame and fortune, with a career on the silver screen being adored by millions. But Hollywood has a different side. A darker side. Some stories don’t have a happy ever after, these are the Hollywood that most people experience, and we proudly present their stories for your entertainment, shock and awe!

Let us tell you about the misdeeds, mishaps, and miscreants that haunt Tinsel Town today and are, in our opinion better stories than most of what you will see at the movies today.

Take for instance the intrepid reporter convinced that the infamous Hollywood Wax Museum ® was not haunted despite all the tales and first-hand accounts to the contrary.

He decided to sleep inside the museum one night, with the agreement of the staff. The next morning the staff opened the doors, the journalist was in one piece, but pale and visibly shaken by what he saw. But what did he see?

Well, join the tour and we will tell you everything he saw that night.  You won’t find it in any newspaper though, he said he could not explain what he saw, and would not write about it until he could explain it.

You don’t care where today's celebrities live!

The ghost stories on LA Ghosts features the stars of every era of the silver screen. But you won’t see any celebrity houses on our tour. You’ll see the theatres that have seen the grandest openings, the glitziest premiers, and more collective Oscars than Katherine Hepburn (with a lifetime total of four, still the most ever!). What you will see is the struggle, the desire, and the passion that has made this town a mecca for the spirits that just can’t let go and haunt the places they remain attached to.

Hollywood has a special feel, we will reveal a new layer to the story for you, for your family, for your date, even for your next staycation. Everyone on an LA Ghosts tour will learn something new about the ghosts of LA.

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The best haunted houses in Los Angeles for Halloween scares

We’ve rounded up the best haunted houses in Los Angeles, along with some other spooky attractions across the city

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What’s Halloween without a few good scares? The best haunted houses in Los Angeles run the gamut from homegrown horrors to big-budget amusement park productions—unsurprisingly, the home of Hollywood horror films takes its Halloween events   very seriously. Whatever thrills you, whether it’s a hayride in Griffith Park  or immersive theater at an old estate in Pomona (or perhaps some real-life haunted places ), we’ve got it in this year’s list of the city’s best haunted houses in L.A.

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Halloween Horror Nights

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Confront familiar foes at Universal Studios’ annual Halloween festivities, where big-budget scares meet iconic horror movie characters. You’ll be able to navigate multiple scare zones and mazes, including ones based on The Last of Us ,  Stranger Things ,  Evil Dead Rise , The Purge , The Exorcist: Believer ,  Chucky and more. Go early in the season to cut down on wait times, or—if you can afford it—consider an express pass.


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Its past installments have found attendees stealthing their way through a Victorian home and embarking on a  Blade Runner -esque bounty hunt. And now this event—part interactive theater, part narrative-based haunted house—heads back a nearly 150-year-old mansion in Pomona for an anthology of tales centered around the Author, a mysterious figure who made all previous Delusion installments a reality—and though he’s gone missing, his ghastly creations haven’t. You can also float between rooms of the mansion, and even get a peek behind the scenes with a VIP ticket.

Knott’s Scary Farm

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Encounter free-roaming monsters, terrifying mazes—spanning themes like a twisted carnival and an alien-inhabited space station —a “boo-fet” dinner  and all sorts of other haunted houses and attractions  at the OC theme park.

Urban Death

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Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group hosts a chilling series of vignettes. Armed with a shoddy flashlight to illuminate their path, guests navigate a labyrinth of terror before enduring a series of shocking scenes (over the course of roughly 35 minutes) that will unsettle even the most stoic of horror fans.

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

Far from those kid-friendly rides through a pumpkin patch, this hayride unleashes all sorts of demons and bogeys on Griffith Park. Like so many pop culture horror experiences recently, this year’s Haunted Hayride once again rewinds the action to the mid-’80s in the ficticious town of Midnight Falls. The event—which this year promises new wagons and scenes and updated effects—will be centered around the jack-o’-lantern–filled Midnight Falls Town Square, with a creaky old funeral parlor set up in the Midnight Mortuary Haunted House as well as axe throwing, water balloon-based paintball and the Hellbilly Halloween maze.



He’s a Lakers legend, an NBA commentator, a rapper, a DJ and a mid-’90s movie genie, and now you can add haunted house MC to that list: Shaquille O’Neal will once again attach his name to this family-friendly carnival and assembly of haunted houses on the grounds of the Queen Mary. We’ve specifically added it to this list now that the oceanliner is open again; as a result, this year’s event will include a search for spirits in the belly of the ship (à la the former Dark Harbor ).

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10 Spooky Ghost Tours in Los Angeles

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Like any major city, Los Angeles has its fair share of ghost stories. From haunted buildings to haunted ships, if you know where to look, this famously sunny city can be a paranormal playground. Even surrounding communities like Pasadena and Orange County have found favor among local paranormal investigators, and have contributed a rise to a variety of spooky tours through crime scenes and celebrity graveyards. Most of these tours take place year-round, but will run more frequently in October when things start ramping up toward Halloween .

Ghost Tours of the Queen Mary

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The most famous haunted attraction in the Los Angeles area is the Queen Mary in Long Beach , which brought its ghosts along when it cruised into the port in 1970. Not just a ship, but also a hotel and an attraction in its own right, the Queen Mary offers a variety of ghost tours that cater to scare-seekers of all ages. A paranormal investigation with a professional ghost hunter is one of the most popular tours. For a more mild experience, check out the Illusions of the Passed Tour, which includes a special effects show.

Downtown LA Walking Tours: Haunted Tales Tour

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On this guided walking tour of hauntings, massacres, bombings, and horrific crime scenes, you can learn about the dark side of Los Angeles. Your guide will walk you through the city's grim history, from the first cemeteries ever built in the city to the famously gruesome murder of the Black Dahlia in Leimert Park. Offered by Downtown LA Walking Tours , this tour runs year-round and although it's open to all ages, parental guidance is suggested.

Starline Haunted Hollywood Tour

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Starline gives guided nighttime tours of famous death and scandal sites around Hollywood on Fridays and Saturdays in September and October. The bus tour starts at the Chinese Theatre and also makes stops at the Roosevelt Hotel, which is said to be haunted by the spirit of Marilyn Monroe, and spooky filming locations from popular horror movies, such as the "Halloween" house.

Michael J. Kouri's Haunted Tours

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Popular psychic and paranormal investigator Michael J. Kouri offers several different tours year-round of his favorite haunted neighborhoods and sites, even taking groups inside the ghostly buildings. For the complete experience, book a tour that includes dinner at a haunted restaurant and a psychic aura reading. Some tours are walking tours, but others are a combination of walking and driving that require participants to have their own car.

Haunted Orange County Ghost Walks

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Haunted Orange County offers different ghost walking tours in the cities of Orange, Santa Ana, and San Juan Capistrano, as well as the Black Star Canyon. Learn about the dark histories of these towns while visiting Spanish missions, earthquake zones, and sites frequented by restless spirits, such as antique homes and an undertaker's parlor. Tours are offered throughout the year, with extra events added to the calendar in September and October.

Hollywood Forever Cemetery Tours

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Silent film star Rudolph Valentino's ghost has been reportedly seen in 13 different locations around Los Angeles, including at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, where he and scads of other stars of the silver screen are buried. With tours led by Hollywood historians, you'll learn a lot about your favorite stars buried in the cemetery like Judy Garland and Mel Blanc, the voice of Bugs Bunny. Alternate tours that focus on themes like Jewish heritage and forgotten celebrities can be booked upon request.

Dearly Departed Tours

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On these gruesome tours through Hollywood , the focus is on tragic happenings like suicides, accidental overdoses, mass murders, and serial killings. Dearly Departed tours include the Tragical History Tour, the Helter Skelter Tour, and Nasty Nellie's Hollywood Tour. During October, you can also sign up for the Halloween Horror tour. For those interested in macabre artifacts, visit the Dearly Departed Museum in Santa Monica to see items like Rock Hudson's deathbed and objects from the home of Sharon Tate.

Esotouric Crime History Tours

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Esotouric is an offbeat tour company that offers literary, music, and architecture tours, but the company is best-known for its crime scene tours. Learn about infamous unsolved crimes like the Black Dahlia murder, as well as many lesser-known but still fascinating killings. Ghosts might be mentioned, but locations of the crimes, victims, criminals, and investigations are the focus of the tours, even if they've been bulldozed and paved over. This is an excellent option for those who enjoy off-the-beaten-path activities.

Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles

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Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles (GHOULA) is not a tour company. It's actually a social group for paranormal enthusiasts that hosts regular events like movie screenings and free tours for members and non-members alike. On the group's website, you can even find maps of haunted places in Los Angeles so you can design your own self-guided tour.

Tour the Oman House

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In 1969, the Charles Manson murders occurred 200 feet away from the Oman House in Beverly Hills, which is reputed to be haunted by a variety of spirits, including a Tongva Indian buried on the property. Believed to be a paranormal hotspot, the house is open for ghost tours and paranormal investigations. Visitors can even take part in a guided seance. You're welcome to bring your own ghost hunting tools if you have them or use theirs.

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13 BEST Los Angeles Haunted Houses [2024 Halloween Guide]

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Published on: August 28, 2023

Searching for the best Los Angeles haunted houses this Halloween season? These spooks, haunts, and terrors for all ages will not disappoint you!

So you’re seeking a scare, are you? If you’re in Los Angeles during Halloween , you’re in the right place. 

LA haunted houses are some of the most famous in the country, from Beverly Hills to Anaheim and everywhere in between! 

Spanning from “spooky, not scary” haunted house attractions for kids to moderate haunts that will make you jump in the night, to no-mercy, absolute terrors– the city of angels (and demons) has it all! 

And are we surprised? Los Angeles is the American epicenter for horror films, special effects, costumes, and extravagance in general. 

It can be fun to push yourself out of your comfort zone, but I also don’t want you to have to buy a night light. 

You’ll have to decide how much fear you can handle, but consider this your warning: LA doesn’t hold back when it comes to horror! 

Put your brave pants on and scroll through all the haunts in LA this Halloween season.

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When : through October Where : Griffith Park , Los Angeles, CA Cost : $39.99 [based on last year]

** Recommended for participants 12+ 

The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride takes over Griffith Park when Halloween returns to Midnight Falls , offering multiple attractions nightly, right up to Halloween night! 

The festivities are set amongst the foothills and neighborhood of Midnight Falls and spread throughout Griffith Park to Midnight Falls Town Square right in the city.

The spirit of Halloween spreads across the village, and the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride accompanies a haunted house in the mortuary.

Check out this Haunted Hayride video to get a glimpse of the festivities.

Also, watch out for nightly performances by Monte Revolta , the undead irreverent lounge singer from beyond the grave.

He’ll perform nightly at the Griffith Park Haunted Hayride with his Band Of The Living Dead !

Keep an eye on the website for Haunted Hayride tickets, and even do a little searching online to find a Haunted Hayride discount code like these !

Knott’s Scary Farm

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When : Select nights from September 21st to October 31st Where : Knott’s Berry Farm, 8039 Beach Blvd , Buena Park, CA 90620 Cost : $59.99 – $149.99

**Recommended for participants ages 13+. 

With over 50 terrifying years under its belt, Knott’s Scary Farm is the longest-running and one of the most elaborate Halloween theme parks in Southern California. 

This festival is definitely the scary version of Halloween, which comes back to life at Knott’s Berry Farm each year. 

Throughout the fall, the farm becomes an entirely transformed theme park with haunted mazes and attractions, unique and terrifying live performances, and 1000+ creatures waiting for you in the trees.

They leave “no tomb unearthed and no fear untouched” each year!

Reign of Terror Haunted House

When : Select dates from September 29th through November 4th Where : Janss Marketplace, 275 N Moorpark Rd East , Thousand Oaks, CA Cost :$30-$35 [based on last year]

** Age restriction: Participants must be 13+

Reign of Terror is an award-winning haunted house that has been spreading nightmares in the Los Angeles area since 1999 and remains the largest indoor walk-through haunted house in Southern California! 

With over 135 uniquely designed rooms and ten different themed sections, the scares will feel endless! 

This year, they’ve announced their “biggest, newest production in their 25-year history,” so prepare to be thoroughly shocked because they’re only getting scarier.

Shady Pines Asylum: Dark Harvest Haunted Attraction

When: Every Friday and Saturday throughout October Where: 10201 Garden Grove Blvd , Garden Grove, CA Cost: $25- $30 [based on last year]

**Not recommended for children.

Dark Harvest is an interactive and fully immersive haunted house and haunted maze designed to terrify you out of your skin with a new theme each year. 

If you’re near the Huntington Beach area, check this one out!

If you’re curious, here’s what to expect: highly gory scenes and terrifying interactive experiences, foul odors, fog, strobe lighting, lasers, moving floors and walls, intense audiovisual effects. You may even get wet. 

Dark Harvest promises you will survive the mazes, although they might shake you up. 

Please note that Dark Harvest is operating in a new location. They used to be situated at the corner of Imperial Hwy and La Palma in Anaheim but have moved to a larger location for 2023. More space means more terror!

Halloween Horror Nights

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When: Select nights September 7th – October 31st Where: Universal Studios Hollywood, 100 Universal City Plaza , Universal City, CA Cost: starting at $74

If you are looking to be thoroughly scared, Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood is one of Los Angeles’s favorite annual haunted experiences. 

California’s big theme parks love a thrill, and Horror Nights is one of the scariest haunted houses in LA! 

Bringing Hollywood-level terror, this haunt takes inspiration from the biggest names in horror each year.

The park has eight separate haunted houses, meaning eight separate scare zones to awaken the Halloween spirit through to midnight!

Rally a team of all your friends to come out for a night of fright and experience the haunted houses, the Terror Tram, and all of the rides and other attractions. 

But beware, there will be scary characters and all of your favorite Universal monsters lurking throughout the entire park after dark. There is no escaping the nightmares of Hollywood!

Delusion: The 13th Floor Interactive Horror Theatre

When : Select nights throughout October & November Where : Phillips Mansion, 2640 Pomona Blvd , Pomona, CA Cost : Tickets start at $90 and go on sale in August [based on last year]

One of LA’s leaders in interactive horror theater, Delusion is noted as the most intense haunted house in LA, and not without reason. 

The historic, haunted Phillips Mansion (one of the year-round haunted houses in Los Angeles) is the perfect place to horrify thrill seekers.

Spirits of the undead leftover from a gruesome past populate the century-and-a-half-old mansion turned haunted museum. You can fully explore the manor for as long as you can stand it before and after the show. 

On most nights, you can even visit the haunted bar until past midnight to decompress. If you don’t get swallowed by the nightmares of the mansion, you may find your poison here!

The 17th Door

When: 2023 dates TBD Where: 8420 On the Mall , Buena Park, CA Cost: starting at $32 [based on last year]

** Recommended for participants 16+

The 17th Door has been noted as the scariest haunted house in Los Angeles and continues to build a strong reputation in the LA horror community as one of the best haunted houses in LA! 

Each year, they take on a new, multisensory theme– all equally terrifying. Since it’s rare to find a haunted house in Los Angeles where they can touch you, this is a unique experience where you’ll be fully and physically immersed. 

Participants can expect claustrophobia, electrical shocks, moving floors, foul odor, strobe lighting, projectiles, fog, darkness, dizziness, suffocation, disorientation, and loud noises.

This attraction is designed for thrills through all five senses! 

You will get wet, and you may need to hold your breath. This one is no joke, but it’s all in good-natured Halloween fun, and you’re guaranteed to survive.

The safe word is “Mercy!” for those who may need it!

Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre

When : Select Fridays and Saturday nights throughout October Where : Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre, 4850 Lankershim Blvd , Los Angeles, CA Cost : $25-$36 [based on last year]

**Age restriction: 18+

Zombie Joe’s in North Hollywood is among those Los Angeles haunted houses for adults that don’t hold back on the immersive horror front. 

It’s, without a doubt, one of the scariest and best-haunted houses of all the LA Halloween attractions. 

Halloween at Zombie Joe’s is an interactive, avant-garde theater experience. 

The haunted Urban Death Maze is known for full nudity, impressive gore, intense audiovisual effects, fantastic performance, and cutting-edge theater.

Bones Gulch

When: 2023 dates TBD Where: Jack Bones Equestrian Center, 26983 Tapia Canyon Rd , Castaic, CA Cost: **new for 2023** tickets to be released soon!

If you’re in the Santa Clarita area and are a fan of all things haunted, you may be familiar with The Darm Realm, Restless Souls Manor, and The Farm , all iconic home haunts in the area for several years in their own rights.

What if I told you that all 3 of these legendary horror lovers have teamed up for the first time this year to bring you an all-new, bigger-than-ever haunted experience: Bones Gulch ? 

Stay tuned for the fun!

All Saints Lunatic Asylum

When : Every Friday & Saturday throughout October Where: 22521 Shawnee Road , Apple Valley, CA Cost : starting at $13

** Recommended for participants 12+

Emanating the tragic tale of a closed asylum with all the patients and doctors stuck inside, All Saints Lunatic Asylum will not hold back on the most realistic and terrifying asylum visit of your life!

This amazing haunt is designed to terrify and shock you- but all in good fun!

Family-Friendly Haunted Houses in Los Angeles

Burbank haunted adventure.

When : Select dates through October Where : Starlight Bowl, 1249 Lockheed View Dr , Burbank, CA Cost : 12 & under: $5, 13+: $10

Each year, the Starlight Bowl transforms into Burbank Haunted Adventure , a family-friendly, extensive Halloween maze. 

The transformation is possible thanks to plenty of volunteers from the Burbank City Parks and Recreation. 

This is an excellent option for family fun in the city of Burbank. However, please note that guests cannot wear Halloween costumes or make-up at this event.

Knott’s Spooky Farm

When: Weekends through October Where: Knott’s Berry Farm, 8039 Beach Blvd , Buena Park, CA Cost: from $59.99

This is the family-friendly, “spooky” version of the annual Halloween festivities at Knott’s Berry Farm.

Knotts Spooky Farm is a spooky–not scary–event with haunted house attractions and a pumpkin patch for kids.

Set amongst the Calico Halloween town, kiddos can trick-or-treat amongst spooky mazes. Expect surprises without the fright during the daytime! 

Other nights, the scaries take over the farm, so make sure you know which one you’re attending!

Looking for more pumpkin patches? Read about our favorite pumpkin patches in San Diego and California .

The Haunted Dome

When: throughout October Where: 8330 Flallon Ave , Whittier, CA Cost: Free admission

The Haunted Dome and its multiple free haunted houses are back! 

This outdoor home haunt features impressive costumes and figures, various themes and characters, and many more scares as the path leads guests through the outdoor series of yard haunts. 

These home haunters have been bringing their Haunted Dome to the Los Angeles region for five years in Whittier, about an hour’s drive from Long Beach. Each year, their spooky house only gets better! 

Put your spirits to the test against uncommon Halloween characters such as undersea creatures, jungle monsters, and an army of clowns. 

Be sure to watch out for SharkMan in this maze experience that should take guests roughly 5 minutes to get through. 

Don’t underestimate this Home Haunt; it takes Halloween to a Hollywood level!


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The Ultimate Haunted Hollywood Tour

Do you believe in ghosts? The Ultimate Haunted Hollywood Tour is our freakiest and most popular haunted sightseeing tour in Los Angeles and honestly if nothing else will convince you, maybe this tour just might. On this tour, you will be transported from your local point of origin to the most freaky places in Los Angeles.

The tour begins as we swing by for a little visit to Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park & Mortuary. This cemetery and mortuary is located in the Westwood Village area of Los Angeles. The cemetery was originally established as Sunset Cemetery in 1905, but had been used for burials since the 1880s. In 1926 the name was officially changed to Westwood Memorial Park and was later changed again to Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park & Mortuary. Lots of different names are resting here too.

Although it is the final resting place of some of the entertainment industry’s greatest names, it also contains the graves of many uncelebrated people. For example, when Marilyn Monroe died in 1962, Joe DiMaggio, responsible for Monroe’s arrangements, chose Westwood not because of its celebrities but because it was the resting place of her mother’s friend, Grace Goddard, and Goddard’s aunt, Ana Lower, both of whom had cared for Monroe as a child. Some notable resters include Rodney Dangerfield, Carl Wilson from The Beach Boys, Dean Martin, Jack Lemon, Walter Matthau, Hugh Hefner and this list goes on and on.

Next, we drive past the The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills where there is no longer a room #434. Well, there was. Due to a huge demand for the storied room, it was retired as a place of rest for curious guests. In February of 2012, singer Whitney Houston was found dead in the bathtub of suite #434.

We will also the visit the site where one of the most gruesome, infamous and notorious murders of our time was committed on AUGUST 8th, 1969 when Charles Manson’s “Family” descended on Roman Polanski’s residence on Cielo Drive in Beverly Hills and brutally murdered 5 people including Polanski’s wife, actress Sharon Tate. While the original house no longer exists, filmmaker David Oman built his house a mere 150 feet from the site where the grisly murders took place.

Oman, who lives a couple houses down the street, is convinced that the murder victims still haunt his residence to this day. And he is not the only one. Paranormal experts and psychics from the world over have visited Oman’s residence and have dubbed it “The Mount Everest of haunted houses” and “The Disneyland for the Dead” for the amount of paranormal activity that occurs there. Oman’s house has also been featured on “Ghost Hunters,” “My Ghost Story,” “Paranormal Witness,” “Haunted History” and “Ghost Adventures” and has rated the #1 most viewed episode for each of the programs. The release of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and the 50th anniversary of the murders that occurred near the home has created a huge upswing in interest in Sharon Tate and this uniquely designed house of ghosts steps away.

After a creepy drive past the Oman House and Manson murder location, we drive by the Hollywood Forever Cemetery which is both a world famous landmark cemetery in the heart of Hollywood and an important cultural event center in Los Angeles. The cemetery features outdoor classic film screenings, concerts, literature events, lectures, and also the largest Dia de Los Muertos event in the United States.

Other freaky places that are included (time permitting includes the home where Michael Jackson died in Beverly Hills, The Chateau Marmont where John Belushi died, Cedar Sinai Hospital (where the stars go to live and die), The Viper Room where River Pheonix died of a drug overdose, and more.

This private tour is expertly guided and round trip transportation from your point of origin is included throughout. Enjoy as you are entertained by your knowledgeable, friendly, and fun tour guide, a hospitality professional of the highest degree. This tour is an exquisite, private guided experience of the back stories and ghosts that you will not hear elsewhere.

All details of your tour and your confirmation are emailed directly to you after booking.

Tour Details:

  • PRICE: $299.00 per guest (2 guest minimum)
  • LOCATIONS: This tour begins at your local pick-up location or at our office: 1080 South La Cienega Blvd. #108 Los Angeles, CA 90035.
  • DURATION: 4 hours.
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  • # OF GUESTS: 1 guest is included here. Any group size can be accommodated for this tour. Please call us anytime for a custom quote. Please note children and adults are the same price.
  • WHEN: Upon request.
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  • WHAT TO WEAR: Warm comfortable clothing.
  • ADDITIONAL INFO: Round-trip transportation within a ten mile radius of our office (1080 South La Cienega Blvd. #108 Los Angeles, CA 90035) is included. Each additional half hour will be billed at the hourly rate. Please contact us for any additional information.

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10 Best Haunted Houses In Los Angeles For True Halloween Horror Fans Only

Horror extremes, scary spirits, creaking walls, isolated houses, and heart-thumping experiences await in Los Angeles this Halloween.

  • Los Angeles has some of the most terrifying haunted houses filled with floating orbs, headless ghosts, bloodied walls, and killer clowns.
  • Halloween-goers will love the hair-raising, pulse-pounding, and scream-inducing experiences offered by these haunted houses.
  • The haunted houses in Los Angeles live up to the Hollywood standard, becoming some of the best and spookiest attractions in the U.S.

Floating orbs, headless ghosts, wails, screams, bloodied walls and killer clowns are just a few of the things that fill the rooms of Los Angeles' most terrifying haunted houses. Beware, some of these haunted houses are not for everyone. Los Angeles knows how to bring scenes from horror films to life.

Halloween-goers will absolutely adore these haunted houses that ensure every hair is standing, every pulse is beating and every scream is deafening.

Los Angeles is the birthplace of some of the greatest horror films. So it's only fitting that the haunted houses of Los Angeles also live up to the Hollywood standard, becoming some of the best, spookiest, and scariest haunted attractions in the U.S .

Related: Season Of Spooks: 10 Haunted Houses (Real & Fake) Ready To Scare Your Socks Off

10 Try To Reign In The Terror At Thousand Oaks

The Reign of Terror haunted house lives up to its name with 135 unique haunted rooms that are filled with beastly wonders, floating heads, skull corners, creaky doorways, wailing witches, axe-wielding madmen, and more.

  • Average price: 30 USD Per Person.

This is one of the longest haunted houses to tour in Los Angeles. It takes visitors an average of 30 minutes to complete a walk through the house.

9 Keep It Together At Halloween Horror Nights

Those who haven't heard of Halloween Horror Nights may have just been living under a rock. HHN is an iconic Halloween event that takes place in Los Angeles every year. However, its biggest attraction has to be the eight mind-ripping, tear-jerking, scream-forcing haunted houses inspired by Stranger Things, The Exorcist, The Last of Us, and more.

  • Average Price : From $109.99 to $199.99 per person

Related: Haunted Hollywood: Here are 10 Things To Expect At Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood

8 Is It Really Knotts-So-Scary Here?

About 22 minutes from Los Angeles, located in Buena Park, it is a place that puts S cream, C ry, A fraid, R un, and Y ell in SCARY. Knotts Scary Farm has a variety of unconventional haunted houses, including chilling chambers, the iconic room 13, and the cinema slasher. Don't be fooled; this really is a scary haunted house. It's one of the places that may intrigue Stephen King fans to visit .

  • Average Price: $59.99

7 Meet The Creeps In LA

The Creep's claim to fame is its emphasis on creating an immersive 75-minute, multisensory experience that's known as one of the most intense haunted house attractions for serious thrillseekers in the U.S . From scares to sounds to stories; this haunted house knows how to produce an experience that leaves visitors shivering with fright.

  • Average Price: $95 per person.

2 ticket minimum purchase. Tickets are only available to adults who are 21 and over.

6 Who Would Dare To Pick The Haunted Rose

The Haunted Rose horror house takes guests on a trip through the darkness, bringing its signature quote, "That is not dead which can eternal lie, and with strange eons, even death may die," to life.

Ironic, isn't it?

  • Average Price: $10

Related: 10 Haunted Hayrides In The U.S. That Give Haunted Houses A Run For Their Money

5 Escape The Coffin On An Urban Death Tour

The Urban Death Tour is part haunted house, part theater attraction that is for die-hard Halloween fans. It's for those who aren't afraid of monstrous freaks, don't quiver with fear at the sight of gore, and are capable of navigating a world dripping in fake blood.

  • Average Price: $22-27

This haunted house is extreme and involves raunchy and terrifying experiences that may not be for younger people.

4 A Night Of Medieval Torture

This next experience offers something quite unique. It's not a traditional haunted house as it is located within a historical haunted museum. As guests make their way through the museum, much like navigating a haunted house, they're greeted with interactive madmen, murderers, and torture devices. It's a chilling experience that makes guests want to leave upon entering.

  • Average Price: $29.99

3 Sip The Fear Away At A Haunted Soiree

The Haunted Soiree is a super cool concept that combines a haunted house with a cocktail bar. Guests can sip away at questionable-looking cocktails while being immersed in a world of horror and haunt. The evening is accompanied by sinister stories and a macabre atmosphere.

  • Average Price: Starting at $64 per person.

2 Don't Black Out At This Haunted House

This is one of the most terrifying, most ghoulish, most severely horrific, and most extreme haunted houses of 2023 . It's a house filled with psychological warfare. The actors will find participants' weak spots and exploit them, causing them to fear like they've never feared before. This one is for extreme horror lovers only, and only adults (18+) are permitted to enter.

  • Average Price: 2023 ticket prices not yet announced.

1 Fight Through The Fright Fest Haunted House

The only way out of the Fright Fest Haunted Houses is through them. Each haunted house is different. Some were inspired by SAW and The Conjuring . Some were inspired by a dilapidated frat house. Some take the game of truth or dare to its limits. While others are set in oozing sewers and ash valleys of deadly poison.

It would be wise to know these things before you buy tickets .

  • Average Price: $35 per person

Los Angeles clearly has it all, from extreme haunts to spooky settings to immersive experiences to thrilling mysteries and death-defying challenges. It's the city to be in for the Halloween lover at heart. Who knows, perhaps one of these haunted houses may just split it in two.

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Los Angeles brought the wonders of the American film industry to the world, and the ghosts of Hollywood's haunted history are waiting to be awakened! The sprawling city is crawling with spirits, and they're spookier than you can ever imagine. WHY IS THIS TOUR SO SPECIAL? US Ghost Adventures offers the best ghost tours in America, and a haunted tour is the best way to see LA! You'll see all the terrors around the City of Angels, and you'll also be accompanied by one of our expert tour guides. They're all SoCal locals who have had plenty of encounters with the supernatural. Who knows? You might even have a few run-ins with some ghosts of your own! Our tours are educational, exciting, but most of all, they're authentic! There's nobody in a cheap costume hiding in the dark for a cheap scare. We let the ghosts do all the hauntings! So what are you waiting for? Book your Los Angeles ghost tour today! WHY IS LOS ANGELES SO HAUNTED? Los Angeles is the home of the American Dream. People flock to LA aspiring to make it on the big screen. But before Hollywood was the center of the world, it was a lush desert inhabited by the Tongva and Chumash tribes. The Spanish claimed the region in the 1540s as part of the colony of New Spain. The area was inhabited mainly by Spanish missionaries and rancheros for centuries. When New Spain achieved independence from Spain, Los Angeles became the capital of Alta California. California became an American territory after the Mexican-American War, and railroad lines were extended to the city shortly afterward. Petroleum was discovered in California in the late 1800s, which led to rapid growth at the turn of the century. This put pressure on the city's water supply, marking the beginning of the still hotly contested problem of California's water rights. At the same time, the film industry was rapidly growing in Hollywood, which merged with Los Angeles in 1910. After World War II, suburbanization led to massive sprawl. Development spread into the nearby San Fernando Valley and gave birth to LA's infamous car culture. Racial tensions also intensified as the city saw major riots in the 1960s and 1990s. Today, Los Angles is still the film capital of the world, as well as a hub for music, culture, and technological innovation. But sunny Los Angeles has a dark underbelly, one ruled by ghosts! The haunts are abound in LA, with spooky stories at every turn. The gruesome Black Dahlia Murder remains one of the city's most notorious unsolved murders. The killing has become Hollywood folklore, with rumors and speculations still swirling to this day. The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is said to host the spirit of Marylin Monroe, who's been spotted in her old suite, as well as several other famous ghosts. Patrons of the Comedy Store claim to hear bloodcurdling screams, gunfire, and cries for help coming from the lower floors. But there's no comedy without tragedy! Don't sleep on the spirits of LA...book your Los Angeles ghost tour today at www.usghostadventures.com!

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13 Insanely Haunted Places to Visit in Los Angeles

Looking for the most haunted places to visit in Los Angeles?

You’ve come to the right place.

Los Angeles is one of America’s shining jewels.

Home to history, high finance, and of course Hollywood, there’s so much to see and do in the City of Angels.

With the region’s story spanning back hundreds of years to the time of the Spanish missionaries, it’s only natural that Los Angeles would also be the site of more paranormal activity than almost any other place in the United States.

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Updated 2/10/2020 – Check out some of our favorite spooky spots to visit in L.A..

If you decide to visit, bring a friend.

You might need someone to hold onto.

Haunted Los Angeles: The 13 Scariest Places to Visit if You Want to See a Real Ghost

Table of Contents

  • 1 1) Wonderland Murders House
  • 2 2) “The Entity” House
  • 3 3) The Old Zoo, Griffith Park
  • 4 4) Silent Movie Theatre
  • 5 5) Beverly Hills Bermuda Triangle
  • 6 6) Hollywood Wax Museum
  • 7 7) Hollywood Pacific Theatre
  • 8 8) Hollywood Forever Cemetery
  • 9 9) Thriller House
  • 10 10) Linda Vista Hospital
  • 11 11) Boris Karloff’s Rose Garden
  • 12 12) Bela Lugosi’s Apartment
  • 13 13) American Horror Story House
  • 14 Take a Haunted Tour of Los Angeles

1) Wonderland Murders House

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This was the site of a grisly murder committed by porn star John Holmes.

The story goes he used a lead pipe to murder four drug dealers here.

The act of vigilante justice (or was it?) inspired the Val Kilmer movie Wonderland and along the way created one of the most haunted locales to check out in Los Angeles.

The ghosts here are angry, and will sometimes push and pull at visitors, especially at night.

Get too close to the TV, and the supernatural activity intensifies.

Don’t change the channel, they’re watching it.

It’s all they’ve got anymore.

Address: 8763 Wonderland Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90046

2) “The Entity” House

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Some haunted places to check out in Los Angeles aren’t all fun and games.

They’re truly terrifying!

Such is the case with this house formerly owned by Doris Bither.

She was the victim of incredibly violent spectral assaults by poltergeists.

They would throw objects around and physically attack her, to the point that she and her family fled.

The poltergeists followed them, to their extreme dismay.

The events at this cursed home were so shocking that they inspired a horror movie.

The Entity , released in 1981 and 2012, dramatizes the events as Hollywood does.

However, there is a horrifying core of truth to the tale.

A recent visitor who consulted  telephone psychics , prior to visiting, was advised to stay away from this home.

She chose to do otherwise and since that day reports problems with severe nightmares.

Address: 11547 Braddock Drive Culver City , CA 90230

3) The Old Zoo, Griffith Park

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No longer operational as a zoo, this is now a cute picnic area where you can see the caves and pens once inhabited by tigers and lions and bears.

At least, that’s during the day.

At night, the Old Zoo is among the little-known haunted places to spend time at in Los Angeles.

The animal spirits are active here, and their chitters and cries are downright unnerving.

Spirits can impart emotions on the living, and a feeling of fear and panic permeates the zoo.

Turn on the recorder and you might catch an EVP of wolf howls.

Address: 4730 Crystal Springs Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90027

4) Silent Movie Theatre

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This historic theatre has stood since 1942.

Although silent films were long dead and gone by that time, the theatre was intended to celebrate their history.

A later owner of the building, actor Lawrence Austen, was shot and killed by his boyfriend who worked as a projectionist.

The girl working the concession counter was left for dead in the shooting, but she survived and was a great help to the police.

It’s become one of LA’s great scary places to tour.

Ever since that day, Lawrence has appeared to young women in the theatre on occasion.

They say he’s looking for the one who was present at his murder, perhaps to thank her for bringing the projectionist to justice.

Address: 611 N. Fairfax Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90036

5) Beverly Hills Bermuda Triangle

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Something is weird about this spot in Beverly Hills.

It’s definitely one of the strangest paranormal places to visit in LA, but the forces at work here go beyond ghosts and spirits.

It’s just bad luck, this place.

Howard Hughes crashed a plane here.

Bugsy Siegel was murdered here.

Jan & Dean almost died in a truly bizarre car accident.

A successful publicist was killed here in a seemingly random drive-by shooting.

A few spiritual advisors, who normally give psychic readings online , visited the area in-person and reported intense feelings of anger and confusion.

Clairvoyants often experience jumbled visions of pain and suffering.

The stories go on and on and they won’t stop.

What is going on here?

Some parts of the world act as loci for supernatural forces, and it appears that Los Angeles is home to such a place.

Address: N. Linden Dr. and N. Whittier Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210

6) Hollywood Wax Museum

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This staple of the Hollywood tourism scene also happens to be a great haunted place to see in Los Angeles.

Although the figures here are all wax replicas, it seems even some ghosts can’t tell the difference by looking.

A woman has been seen praying on a bench before the representation of The Last Supper.

She’s typically seen in the early morning before the museum opens, or late at night.

When approached by security guards, she simply disappears.

They say she never appears on camera, even though multiple people swear they have seen her.

Her identity is unknown.

Address: 6767 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028

7) Hollywood Pacific Theatre

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The Hollywood Pacific Theatre is historic, swanky, famous, and one of the very scary places to check out in Los Angeles.

The place suffers under an actual curse, cast by one of the Warner Bros. of all people.

Sam Warner was so upset that construction didn’t finish in time for the premiere of The Jazz Singer in 1928 that he cursed the place.

It seems to have backfired, as he died of a freak cerebral hemorrhage the day before the New York premiere of the film.

Today, his ghost has been seen all over the theatre, especially in the lobby and offices.

Address: 6433 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028

8) Hollywood Forever Cemetery

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As the final resting spot of luminaries like Alfred Hitchcock and Dee Dee Ramone, it’s no wonder that this graveyard is one of LA’s most ghost-infested spots.

If you dare to visit, you may see more than you bargain for.

There are numerous ghosts here, from a weeping woman who appears by a lake (it’s said that she is the spirit of Virginia Rappe), to groups of people dressed in period clothing.

The identity of these people are unknown.

They’re not movie stars.

Could they be cemetery visitors from yesteryear, reenacting the rituals of their old lives?

Whoever they are, they’re ephemeral.

Graveyard staff reports seeing them walk through walls.

Address: 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90038

9) Thriller House

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Not exactly qualifying as one of the haunted places to visit in the City of Angels, this is still a real treat for the paranormal enthusiast.

This old Victorian style house in Angelino Heights was featured in Michael Jackson’s Thriller video.

Yes, this is the house those zombies pounded on after Mikey and his girlfriend ran for what seemed like years.

The house is in a bit better shape than depicted in the video, but will still send a thrill down your spine, no pun intended!

For a little extra fun, head two doors down to see the house from TV’s Charmed .

Address: 1345 Carroll Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90026

10) Linda Vista Hospital

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Absolutely one of the scariest haunted places in Los Angeles, the Linda Vista Hospital has a long and storied history.

The place was downright infamous for its multitude of strong and malevolent spirits who loved to toy with hapless visitors and determined ghost hunters alike.

The hospital closed in 1991, and stood abandoned for years.

Today, the location has been renovated as senior housing.

The ghosts are still there, though, and certain hallways and especially the former boiler room are avoided by the staff and residents.

Address: 610-30 S. St. Louis St. Los Angeles, CA 90023

11) Boris Karloff’s Rose Garden

Famous horror actor of yesteryear Boris Karloff ( Frankenstein, Curse of the Crimson Altar ) was an avid gardener in his time.

His gardens were so beautiful that some of his friends made a highly unusual request.

They wished for their ashes to be scattered amongst the roses, so that they could enjoy them for all eternity.

As a good friend and the possessor of somewhat macabre taste, Boris obliged.

By doing so, he created one of L.A.’s most haunted places to tour.

Visitors to the gardens today can very clearly feel the presence of Karloff’s friends.

They’re peaceful, and most agree the haunting enhances the ambience of the gardens.

It’s still pretty creepy.

Address: 2320 Bowmont Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210

12) Bela Lugosi’s Apartment

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Another luminary of the old horror movie industry, Bela Lugosi is most famous as the man who gave life to Dracula .

Bela loved his fine cigars, and made a daily trek on foot to a nearby cigar shop.

The tall man died of a heart attack in 1956, to the mourning of the horror-loving nation.

His spirit gave one last spooky farewell to his fans, cementing his apartment as one of Los Angeles’s greatest haunted places to tour.

As the hearse carrying his body passed the apartment, it started driving itself, to the driver’s shock.

The hearse kept going on its stately journey, but made a slight detour.

It went right past Lugosi’s favorite cigar shop, at which point the driver regained control.

Address: 5620 Harold Way Los Angeles, CA 90027

13) American Horror Story House

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The filming location of the first season of American Horror Story , the Rosenheim Mansion easily tops the list of the most haunted places to visit in Los Angeles.

There’s something just downright creepy about this place.

You can feel it.

Although the murders depicted in the TV show didn’t occur here, it’s impossible not to wonder what did go down here.

Psychic sensitives have issues entering the house.

Their abilities go haywire, overloading them with information, and some have been known to suffer from migraines or pounding headaches.

Ghosts and spirits have been seen here for years, which was a large factor in the house’s selection as the so-called “murder house”.

They’re indistinct, but incredibly numerous.

People often feel crowded and suffocated in the house, especially in the grand dining room.

Address: 1120 Westchester Place Los Angeles, CA 90019

Take a Haunted Tour of Los Angeles

Want to explore the darker side of Los Angeles?

Then we highly recommend going on this tour:

Dearly Departed: The Tragic History Tour of Los Angeles

This ‘death tour’ is a 2.5-hour multimedia bus excursion investigating the infamous homes and locations where the city’s most famous stars met their demise.

On your tour you’ll see the places where death claimed some of Hollywood’s most famous celebrities throughout Beverly Hills, Hollywood and the Sunset Strip.

Macabre, dark, and thrilling, the Dearly Departed tour has been featured by both Anthony Bourdain’s ‘The Layover’ and E!’s ‘Hollywood Death Trip’.

Here’s a quick video with some highlights of the tour:

If you’re in the mood for an unhinged trip into the twisted past of Los Angeles, you’ve gotta check this tour out.

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Did a full day walking tour of LA. Our tour guide Damien was very knowledgeable & passionate about giving us all the information in a clear & concise way. The tour was very well planned & organised & was not tiring.

Lisa Montesanti

We did The Real Hollywood tour & loved it! The tour was at a great pace & the guide (Vicky) was very knowledgeable & made the tour fun. Thank you!

Stuart was so knowledgeable & was worth the day with him. I had been to LA multiple times before but this is the first time I had taken a tour – so thrilled to have this experience with my mom & sister. I would recommend this tour again & again.

Lucrezia Scamarcio

We had an amazing DTLA Murder Mystery Ghost tour with Damien & Dante… thank you very much from the Italian girls… very interesting & funny… absolutely recommended!


This tour was awesome! Stuart is very knowledgeable, likeable & fun. The stops on the tour were very interesting & I learned a lot. I’ve been on quite a few tours of this nature & this was one of my favorites – highly recommend!

Did a walking tour of LA (LA in a Day). Vicky started us off with the Hollywood tour & Damien (who is also the owner) was our guide for the rest of the day. The entire day was awesome, I suggest this tour. There isn’t that much walking, to be honest. It’s very fun!

Michelle B.

My boyfriend & I took the DTLA Murder Mystery Ghost tour with Stuart as our guide & had the most amazing time! We had experiences we will never forget! We were able to see parts & people of Los Angeles that we never would have without Stuart. I give this 10/10. If we visit again, this will be at the top of our to do list!

Sara Pozueta

Absolutely amazing! Highly recommend taking both The Real Hollywood Tour & the Central Downtown LA tour! Our time in LA wouldn’t have been the same. Great way to learn about the city, see it from a different angle, explore the local life & learn about its history & filming industry. Damien our guide was fantastic!

Sylvie was our host & was fantastic. She had a lot of local knowledge & gave her unique perspective as someone who had moved to the area many years ago, so she had an outsider’s as well as an insider’s perspective. The tour gave us a great overview of Santa Monica & Venice & set us up for a great rest of the day.

Paula Lindgren

We took 2 tours, the Santa Monica & Venice Bike tour (with Sylvie) & the Real Hollywood tour (with Damien). Both were great & highly recommended. Sylvie & Damien were informative, knowledgeable & easy to talk to. They were like you were with friends. We were traveling as a family of 4 with 2 boys (15 & 12). We all enjoyed the tours.

DTLA Murder Mystery Ghost Tour


$50 / pp Free / ghost (any age)

2 miles An easy walking distance

6pm – 9pm (3 hours) Saturday

On our DTLA Murder Mystery Ghost tour we go on an investigation of the noir underbelly of Los Angeles – and enjoy cocktails in a couple of haunted bars.

First we visit the Biltmore Hotel, the last place the tragic Black Dahlia, Elizabeth Short, was seen alive. Next we stop at Clifton’s and learn about the anti-corruption drive of its Christian founder (who had a few secrets of his own). After that we move to the dreaded Hotel Cecil, which has a hellish history of murders, suicides and killers (including the Night Stalker). From there our DTLA Murder Mystery Ghost tour moves to the once grand Alexandria Hotel, where Rudolph Valentino’s ghost still haunts his old penthouse, then the Barclay Hotel, home to two serial killers – and also the scene of some of their most brutal murders. We visit the site of the Chinatown Massacre of 1871 (still the largest mass lynching in US history), before the tour finishes at the Halls of Justice, the site of many dramatic trials, including those of Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel (twice) and the infamous Charles Manson. Join our DTLA Murder Mystery Ghost tour and have sleepless nights for weeks!

Our tours can sell out. If you can't make a booking email us at  [email protected] , telling us when you want to do the tour and how many guests are in your party, and if we can squeeze you in we’ll let you know.

Logistics & Details

*Cost: $50 pp.

*Walking distance: 2 miles.

*Tour starts 6 pm, Historic Broadway Metro station , corner of 2nd Street and Broadway ( photo of meeting point ).

*Tour finishes 9 pm, Angels Flight .

*We can go into 2 different bars for cocktails on this tour, each for about 15 minutes. You do have to be over 21 y.o. to order an alcoholic drink – but you don’t have to be over 21 y.o. to do this tour.

*We donate $1 for every guest to Climate Cents, a climate change organization.

You can book this as a private tour starting at just $325 for up to 10 guests

Private tours can be booked for any day and any time between 9am-6pm


This tour is in English. If your English isn’t fluent this may not be the best option for you. Tour available in Spanish and German as private tour ONLY.  Email  [email protected]  to arrange.

Drinks/cocktails are not included.

This is a walking tour and we move at a reasonable pace. If you have mobility issues please book a private tour.

This tour is not recommended for children under 15 y.o.

We never cancel tours in advance due to the weather conditions.

Aim to get to the meeting point 10-15 minutes early. If you’re late you may miss the tour.

Contactless payment for gratuities available, please allow 15-20%.

Full refund or exchange available up to 48 hours before tour start time.

You must book in advance.

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Los Angeles Hauntings Bus Tour

What to expect.

Spin through the City of Angels in comfort and hear chilling tales from the city’s dark history on our haunted Los Angeles bus tour. Your guide – an expert in the paranormal – narrates your journey along the streets of LA, sharing colorful stories of unexplained sightings, famous movie stars, tragic misfortune, secret mafia connections, and more. Learn the secrets of famous landmarks including the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, LA City Hall, the Cecil Hotel, and the Charlie Chaplin Studios. Along the way, you’ll separate fact from fiction in famous stories like Richard Ramirez, the Night Stalker, the Hillside Strangler, and the ill-fated Black Dahlia – whose unsolved murder in 1947 is one of America's most fascinating true crime mysteries.

This is the only bus tour in LA that specializes in haunted tales and paranormal experiences. It’s also the only one in which you’ll hear the haunting stories of downtown LA.

Join us on this insightful and fully narrated 3-hour bus tour, with a walkthrough of beautiful and lively Olvera Street, one of LA's most historic (and haunted!) areas.

Tour Details

From $59 per person.

Duration: 3 hours

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The courtyard of the formosa cafe (7156 santa monica blvd, west hollywood, ca 90046).

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  • Explore Los Angeles in comfort by coach on your 3-hour tour, and hear secrets dating from the city’s dim and distant past to the present day
  • Discover top attractions and historic sites including the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, the Pueblo de Los Angeles, Pico House, and the troubled Cecil Hotel  
  • Your guide, an expert in the paranormal, shares insight into Los Angeles’ colorful history – from the days of the Spanish invasion to the glitz and glamor of Hollywood’s 1930s heyday  
  • Hear stories of famous stars of stage and screen such as Elvis Presley, Laurel and Hardy, Marilyn Monroe, and Charlie Chaplin  
  • We make a stop along the way give you time to explore on foot and soak up the atmosphere in some of LA’s most intriguing sites of interest  
  • This is an adults-only tour and we stop at a haunted bar,  so 21+ please

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Important Info 

  • Street meter parking is available, but there is also a paid parking nearby. Check out Parkopedia for more.
  • This tour runs in cold temperatures and light rain, so please dress accordingly and wear comfortable shoes.
  • Because this is a limited capacity tour, all sales are final. But we will reschedule you if you have an emergency, we love ghosts, not monsters!
  • Service animals are welcome but for liability issues, please leave your furry friends at home.

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The Formosa Café was founded by 1920s prize-fighter Jimmy Bernstein in 1925, and in the decades that followed it build up a loyal clientele. The Samuel Goldwyn movie studio used to sit opposite the cafe, and stars including James Dean, Clark Gable, and Humphrey Bogart are among the famous names to have regularly enjoyed a drink and a meal here. Read more on this iconic Hollywood cafe in our Haunting of the Formosa Café blog.

This 100-acre cemetery is the final resting place for some of the brightest lights of stage and screen. It opened at the turn of the 19th century, and over the years parts of the grounds have been sold off – most notably 40 acres went to Paramount Studios. Famous stars including Mickey Rooney, Dee Dee Ramone, and Cecil B. DeMille are all interred here, and you can check out our blog for more info.

The story of LA itself begins here, a corner of the landscape that the invading Spanish forces first saw from the sea in the 1700s. To keep the area now known as California out of the clutches of the Russian Empire –  who had already claimed Alaska as their own – the Spanish sent 11 families from the Sinaloa region of Mexico to settle here in 1781. The Mexican marketplace on Olvera Street is enduring proof of the social and cultural mark that was made here. 

The Ávila Adobe was constructed in 1818 by Don Francisco Jose Ávila, a wealthy ranchero and mayor of the pueblo of Los Angeles in the early 19th century. It’s the oldest residence in the entire city, and takes pride of place by historic Olvera Street.

This historic house was LA’s first Mexican restaurant, and first opened its doors on April 30, 1930, for the opening night party of Olvera Street. The cafe brought traditional Mexican flavors to the neighborhood, along with lively mariachi bands and colorful dancers. More recently, the cafe is said to be haunted by the ghost of La Golondrina – a figure usually seen moving around the upper floors.  

Construction began on Pico House in 1869, with the goal of creating the most luxurious hotel west of the Mississippi River. The man behind the building was a successful businessman by the name of Don Pío de Jesús Pico – the last governor of California under Mexican rule. In its heyday the hotel was a fine and well respected establishment, but its location at the site of the bloodiest riot in Los Angeles history meant it wasn’t all plain sailing.

This impressive bas-relief military memorial is the largest of its kind in the entire US, and stands in remembrance of the Mormon Battalion, the U.S. 1st Dragoons, and the New York Volunteers – who raised the American flag over the fort on July 4, 1847. And underneath the hill, less than a century later, a geological engineer thought he could find gold there as well as an ancient race of lizard people? You have to hear this story!

The Cecil Hotel is widely thought to be among the world’s most haunted hotels, with a string of unexplained accidents, deaths, murders, and suicides to its name. Perhaps the most famous is the story of 21-year-old Canadian student Elisa Lam, whose body was discovered in the hotel’s water tank, two weeks after her planned check-out. 

Once the pride of Los Angeles, the Biltmore Hotel has a markedly troubled past – it's the site of some of LA’s most gruesome murders and unexplained hauntings. Few have captured the public’s imagination more than the story of Elizabeth Short – better known as ‘the Black Dahlia’. She headed out for an evening at the Biltmore in 1947, and was discovered the next morning in a field outside town, her torso sliced in half and drained of blood. The case remains unsolved to this day.

The Hollywood Tower Hotel is said to be the inspiration behind the popular Disney theme park ride, The Tower of Terror. The tower's colorful reputation includes gangsters throwing their enemies from the high windows, Los Angeles Mafia connections, disgruntled mob bosses, and illicit murder-for-hire deals.

Mystery surrounds this impressive old hotel, built in 1929 and opened as the Hollywood Knickerbocker Hotel. Over the decades famous faces came and went including Laurel and Hardy, Frances Farmer, and even Elvis Presley – who stayed in room 1016 during filming of 'Love Me Tender’ (1956). Renowned Hollywood costume designer Irene Lentz notoriously committed suicide here by leaping from her 11th-floor room window, though the hotel’s backstory isn’t all bad... This is the place where Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio would sneak to during their secret affair. Following their marriage, they even returned to the Knickerbocker to celebrate their honeymoon.

The annual Academy Awards ceremony regularly ticks over the 3-hour mark these days, but in its early years it lasted 15 minutes, and took place here at the Roosevelt. The hotel was built by Louis B. Meyer, Sid Grauman, Douglas Fairbanks, and Mary Pickford - the latter two being Hollywood’s first power couple. Stories of hauntings here include guests splashing around in the apparently empty swimming pool, the swing and crack of ball-player and ex-resident Babe Ruth in training on the rooftop, and the ghostly reflection of Marilyn Monroe in her own bedroom mirror. 

Once just a lemon grove, the land that the Charlie Chaplin Studios sits on was bought by the actor in the earliest days of Hollywood’s rising fame and fortune. From 1917 to 1953 the studios produced classics including ‘The Kid’ (1921), though today the property is owned by Jim Henson Studios. Keen-eyed visitors will spot Kermit the Frog atop the studio tower, dressed in Chaplin’s famously ill-fitting suit as a fond nod to the original owner. 

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Testimonials, frequently asked questions, how do i buy a gift card for this tour.

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Do you go inside any of the haunted buildings?

On this tour, we focus on building exteriors and outdoor spaces. Businesses and public places are open for you to visit during regular business hours. Otherwise we respect the privacy of individuals and organizations and expect that our guests do the same.

Can I bring my pet?

Service animals are welcome. However, for liability issues, please leave your furry friends at home if you don’t require their assistance.

Do guests really see ghosts on this tour?

We can never guarantee a supernatural encounter, but we will explain paranormal phenomena such as cold spots and residual hauntings. What we do guarantee: Our local connections and dedication to research means you'll get authentic accounts — in all their shocking detail.

Is this ghost tour kid-friendly?

While our tours do not contain anything too graphic or inappropriate, we find that kids that enjoy history have the best time. You know your children and that's left up to you. We do not recommend bringing children in strollers because sometimes that can be difficult with larger walking groups.

What if I'm late or cannot find my guide?

What if i need to cancel.

All sales are final, but we can help you with a reschedule or ticket credit. We love ghosts, not monsters!

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You will be led by one of our professional guide-ghost hunters. We have been conducting haunted walking tours for over nine years and are rated 5 stars across Yelp, Google and TripAdvisor reviews.

We hope you don’t mind getting the chills. Get ready for a well-researched haunted history lesson through true crimes and hauntings that took place on the very streets and alleyways we’ll walk.

While we don’t go inside any buildings, we’ll glimpse ghostly locations where residual ghost impressions are felt, poltergeists heard, and after death after consciousnesses can be encountered.


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Our goal is to share the creepy and mysterious places and stories we’ve discovered, and make sure you fall in love with our haunted city too.

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