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  • An extraordinary documentary on the ghosts of Hollywood and where they rest forever.

    Hollywood Ghosts & Gravesites!

    An extraordinary documentary on the ghosts of Hollywood and where they rest forever.

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  • Historians and eyewitnesses recount harrowing events happening in Hollywood and explain why Tinseltown’s spirits aren’t like ghosts anywhere else. Many were famous, most died in obscurity. Now they all inhabit an incorporeal land called Haunted Hollywood. Join a spectral tour of a haunted studio, spooky hotels, and a creepy cemetery.

    Haunted Hollywood – The Documentary!

    Historians and eyewitnesses recount harrowing events happening in Hollywood and explain why Tinseltown’s spirits aren’t like ghosts anywhere else. Many were famous, most died in obscurity. Now they all inhabit an incorporeal land called Haunted Hollywood. Join a spectral tour of a haunted studio, spooky hotels, and a creepy cemetery.

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  • VALENTINE’S DAY is a celebration for lovers, the most romantic day of the year, but today fans will also gather in a Hollywood crypt to pay their respects to Rudolph Valentino, the Latin Lover of the silver screen. However, as visitors decorate his grave with red roses, few will have […]

    More Hauntings From Valentino’s Spirit!

    VALENTINE’S DAY is a celebration for lovers, the most romantic day of the year, but today fans will also gather in a Hollywood crypt to pay their respects to Rudolph Valentino, the Latin Lover of the silver screen. However, as visitors decorate his grave with red roses, few will have […]

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  • When the Ben Affleck movie Hollywoodland was released, it led to a resumed interest in television actor George Reeves, the first actor to play Superman on the small screen. Even those who are intrigued by the case might be surprised to learn that this man’s ghost still haunts his former […]

    The Ghost Of George Reeves!

    When the Ben Affleck movie Hollywoodland was released, it led to a resumed interest in television actor George Reeves, the first actor to play Superman on the small screen. Even those who are intrigued by the case might be surprised to learn that this man’s ghost still haunts his former […]

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  • The Vogue Theatre sits on a glamour free stretch of Hollywood Boulevard, sandwiched between the sidewalk stars of Guy Lombardo and Tommy Dorsey. It’s an unimposing structure—neon letters lurking behind the braches of an ambitious tree—but Fritz loves it. The geriatric German immigrant has been the Vogue’s projectionist since the […]

    L.A’s Haunted Vogue Theater!

    The Vogue Theatre sits on a glamour free stretch of Hollywood Boulevard, sandwiched between the sidewalk stars of Guy Lombardo and Tommy Dorsey. It’s an unimposing structure—neon letters lurking behind the braches of an ambitious tree—but Fritz loves it. The geriatric German immigrant has been the Vogue’s projectionist since the […]

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  • So you’ve probably heard that at some point in his career, the great Harry Houdini, escape artist extraordinaire, entered into the motion picture business, relocated to Hollywood, purchased a lavish estate on Laurel Canyon Boulevard, and spent much of his time there. The house had parapets, towers, an indoor theatrical […]

    Hollywood’s Haunted ”Houdini Mansion”!

    So you’ve probably heard that at some point in his career, the great Harry Houdini, escape artist extraordinaire, entered into the motion picture business, relocated to Hollywood, purchased a lavish estate on Laurel Canyon Boulevard, and spent much of his time there. The house had parapets, towers, an indoor theatrical […]

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  • Rudolph Valentino has to be one of the best traveled spirits. From his mansions (one in Hollywood and Falcon’s Lair in Beverly Hills) to his Ventura Beach House to hotels such as the Knickerbocker and the Santa Maria Inn, Rudolph Valentino has appeared almost everywhere in the Southern part of […]

    The Ghost Of Silent Screen Star Rudolph Valentino!

    Rudolph Valentino has to be one of the best traveled spirits. From his mansions (one in Hollywood and Falcon’s Lair in Beverly Hills) to his Ventura Beach House to hotels such as the Knickerbocker and the Santa Maria Inn, Rudolph Valentino has appeared almost everywhere in the Southern part of […]

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  • Hollywood Forever Cemetery 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood, California 90038 Tour the multitude of graves at the Hollywood Forever CemeteryIf you want to see several stars all in one place, then the place to go is the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Of course, the stars that you’ll see there are all […]

    Hollywood Forever Cemetery!

    Hollywood Forever Cemetery 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood, California 90038 Tour the multitude of graves at the Hollywood Forever CemeteryIf you want to see several stars all in one place, then the place to go is the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Of course, the stars that you’ll see there are all […]

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  • Grauman’s Chinese Theater was the last and most elaborate of the four theaters built by Sid Grauman. A brilliant master showman, Grauman was the originator of the souvenir program as well as the first to use searchlights for a premiere. For his last theater, Mr. Grauman planned something so unique […]

    The Haunted Grauman’s Chinese Theater!

    Grauman’s Chinese Theater was the last and most elaborate of the four theaters built by Sid Grauman. A brilliant master showman, Grauman was the originator of the souvenir program as well as the first to use searchlights for a premiere. For his last theater, Mr. Grauman planned something so unique […]

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  • As a promising actress, Peg Entwistle gained only moderate fame, but her ghost has become the stuff of Hollywood legend On the night of September 18, 1932, actress Peg Entwistle made her way up the steep slope of Mount Lee in Los Angeles to the site of the famous Hollywood […]

    Hauntings Of The Hollywood Sign!

    As a promising actress, Peg Entwistle gained only moderate fame, but her ghost has become the stuff of Hollywood legend On the night of September 18, 1932, actress Peg Entwistle made her way up the steep slope of Mount Lee in Los Angeles to the site of the famous Hollywood […]

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