Our friend Jessica sent us this creepy audio clip that she recorded while investigating a reportedly haunted winery on the Oregon coast. There appears to be a (female?) child’s voice on the recording, talking over the group while they are discussing the time. There were only a handful of people present, with no children present and no… Read More Child’s Voice…
Two years ago, while on a road trip through the Nevada desert, we stopped in at the Mizpah Hotel in Tonopah, Nevada and peeked inside through the beveled glass of a side door. Built during the early 20th Century boom years of Nevada’s mining industry, back when Tonopah was known as “The Queen of the… Read More Mizpah Hotel, Tonopah, NV – Old Haunt, New Life.
The Mackay Mansion was originally built in 1860 and housed the offices of the Gould and Curry Mining Company. At the time, George Hearst, the father of William Randolph Hearst, worked as the Company Mine superintendent and was the first occupant of the home. Later, the home would become the residence of John Mackay, one… Read More Virginia City, NV: Mackay Mansion & the Girl in White
Earlier this year, we spent several weekends exploring some of the neighborhoods and buildings around “old” Los Angeles – the area in and around which the city of Los Angeles was founded. Some amazing locations with a rich history can be found in this area, including Union Station, the Hall of Justice, the Sepulveda… Read More Pico House – Ghosts of Old Los Angeles
In 2009, during an investigation of the Linda Vista Hospital in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, we captured what sounded like the voice of a little girl humming in the former surgery area of this long closed hospital. We later returned with the crew of the Ghost Adventures TV show (Travel Channel) and experienced paranormal activity… Read More Los Angeles Paranormal Returns to Linda Vista Hospital
When we tried to use a rubber bouncy-ball to prompt interaction, we seemed to get a response in the form of pebbles being thrown. **listen with headphones on and volume up**
Los Angeles Paranormal Association recently had the privilege to investigate the world’s oldest active ship, the Star of India, formerly the Euterpe, which is moored at the Maritime Museum of San Diego. We experienced several odd occurrences during our investigation, including unexplained crashing and dragging sounds, mysterious footsteps, phantom doors creaking open, and audible disembodied… Read More EVP Session – Star of India – First Mate’s Cabin