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Skeletons In The Closet

Haunted Los Angeles


This tour includes ghostly and intriguing tales of mysterious places including cemeteries, murder sites, haunted houses and ghost sightings.

Highlights of this tour:

  • The Pioneer Cemetery

  • The Bradbury building

  • The Evergreen Cemetery

  • East Los Angeles

  • Historic Chinatown

  • A luncheon at the Biltmore Hotel

  • Historic Olvera Street

Murder, Mystery, and Scandal
On this fascinating guided tour, the old ghost and memories that cling to the streets and structures of Los Angeles will come to life. From the founding of the city through the 1940s, downtown L.A. was a lively and sometimes dangerous place.. We'll explore almost 100 years of murder, mystery, and scandal and the influence that organized crime had on this city.
Highlights of this tour:
  • An in-depth look at how criminal activity has shaped Los Angeles

  • A stop at the Bradbury building

  • A stop at Grand Central Market

  • A stop at Pershing Square

  • A stop at historical Olvera Street

  • A drive down the Sunset strip

  • A stop at a famous Cemetery (subject to availability)

  • A drive down the Sunset strip

  • A drive-through Hollywood


Cemetery Tour

Few places are as carefully preserved or landscaped or allow a visitor to connect with history like an old cemetery, Los Angeles with its colorful history of great  architecture, scoundrels and celebrities offers some of the most fascinating and well-designed cemeteries in the country.

Haunted Ventura

"The ghosts of Ventura County" come alive with a unique bus tour and lunch that will take us to the many haunted places in Western Ventura County. Ghost hunter Richard Senate will lead us on this journey of the haunted landmarks in Ventura County. He will focus on how the history of Ventura is reflected in the many haunted houses and places. The Old Mission (1782), City Hall/Courthouse (1912) and the Erle Stanley Gardner Building (1926) are of few of the legendary structures we will view. We guarantee you will never look at downtown Ventura the same way after this tour. 



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