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Ghosts are Real Enough

Published on: October 10, 2019

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Probably everyone among us has experienced ghosts. Whether visiting a California ghost town, seeing classic works of literature in stage performances such as the Ghost of Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, wearing Halloween costumes, or even taking ghost tours hoping to be spooked, ghosts are part of our culture. You can’t escape them!

While I wore a Halloween ghost costume to Trick or Treat one Halloween, my first serious exposure to the topic came from Illinois where my uncle purchased an old building he used for his thriving plumbing supply business. He and employees talked about being scared out of their wits in the basement where strange things happened. My uncle, himself, felt someone place a jacket on his shoulders one night as he sat at desk down there. So convinced that there was no logical explanation, he contacted nationally known paranormal investigators who flew to Quincy to give their opinions. Sure enough, they believed my uncle.

Like UFOs and their alien occupants, ghosts are mainstream and nowhere more popular than California. Here are a few ghost experiences that materialize, then sometimes disappear…

FULLERTON: Fullerton Ghost Tours

LONG BEACH: Queen Mary, Dark Harbor

LONG BEACH : Long Beach Cemetery Tour

PETALUMA: Cemetery Tour

SACRAMENTO: Old Sacrament Ghost Tour

SAN DIEGO: Whaley House

SAN JOSE: Winchester Mystery House Unhinged and Sarah’s Spirited Supper

SAN JUAN BAUTISTA: Ghost Walk

SANTA ANA: Haunted History Tours

SANTA PAULA: Ghost Walk

VENTURA: Ghost Walk & Tours

 

MORE GHOSTS

  • CITY OF INDUSTRY: Sorrowful Soiree
  • SAN DIEGO: Ghosts and Gravestones
  • SAN FRANCISCO: The Haunted Haight Tour

 

 

 

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