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The City of Angels is filled to the brim with spirits! Fill your glass on a LA Poltergeist Pub Crawl!
Outside Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, 7000 Hollywood Blvd
Approximately 2 hours
Arrive 10 minutes early and allow time for parking.
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Los Angeles has been home to glamorous celebrities and is where the film industry began. But beneath this glittering veneer, a long history of tragedy, loss, and scandal lies just beneath the surface, just waiting to be discovered. Some of the most famous names in American history haunt the buildings in Hollywood — perhaps they just can’t let go of the city that catapulted them to stardom. Perhaps you’ll have the chance to meet them for yourself on our Los Angeles Haunted Pub Crawl Tour.
Our Los Angeles Haunted Pub Crawl offers you an opportunity to see the most famous watering holes in LA while learning about Tinseltown’s unique and debaucherous past. Learn the haunted past of the historic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, one of the oldest in Los Angeles. Reportedly, it remains the favored haunt of the quintessential Blond Bombshell Marylin Monroe decades after her despairing death. Many guests have reported seeing her sensuous figure lurking in the mirrors of the prestigious property.
In 1848, rich deposits of gold were discovered in the Sacramento Valley, igniting the infamous Gold Rush. Not surprisingly, with all of the greed and gold, death and tragedy soon followed. Miners died underground, people were attacking one another for a chance to strike it rich. After a long day in the mines, dusty miners would wobble into local pubs to sip their cares away. Some of these bars still stand to this day, which is why we’ve researched the most haunted bars in Los Angeles and included them on our LA Poltergeist Haunted Pub Crawl.
See the infamous Chinese theater that dates back to the 1920s and includes the violent death of Victor Kilian. The exiled actor was brutally beaten to death on the very sidewalk on which you
Discover the sordid tales of the headless woman, the hauntings of Charlie Chaplin and Jean Harlowe, the Black Dahlia murders, along with many other illustrious celebrities that refuse to leave their glamorous lives long after their demise.
Cross off the must-see spots in every LA guidebook like Musso and Frank, The Black Rabbit Rose, Hollywood Pacific Theater, and Elbow Room. At every diabolical destination, you’ll hear the harrowing history and eyewitness reports of real ghost encounters. Who knows, maybe your ghostly interaction will be added to the list of terrifying testimonials!
The Hollywood Roosevelt is one of the most famously haunted locations in Los Angeles, and happens to be one of the oldest continually-operating hotels in the city, having opened in May of1927. Named after President Theodore Roosevelt, the hotel has become famous for its glitzy celebrity clientele.
Over the years, stars like Charlie Chaplin, Montgomery Clift, Errol Flynn, Shirley Temple, Marilyn Monroe, and more recently, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, have stayed here. Some of the hotel’s clients have reportedly never left…
Musso and Frank was established in 1919 making it over a century old and one of the oldest restaurants in Hollywood. Considering this century-old hot spot is in the heart of Hollywood, most of the ghosts are celebrities. The specters of Errol Flynn and Orson Welles have been seen here, as well as the spirit of Italian heart throb and silent film star, Rudolph Valentino. Rudy has been known to hang in the back of the restaurant catching the eyes of women and turning on his relentless charm. Women have reported seeing him lurk around outside the restroom door, smile at them, and then vanish.
Today’s Boardner’s opened in 1927 as a bar called ‘My Blue Heaven’. During the 1930sprohibition era, the storefront read ‘Morressey’s Hair Salon’, but it was actually an illegal card and gambling speakeasy.
In 1942, Steve Boardner put up his sign and the place has been Boardner’s ever since. The theme of secrecy wasn’t over however; throughout the 1940’s, Boardner’s was the meeting place for some secret men’s societies and it was also frequented by some corrupt cops and seedy politicians.