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San Diego's Most Haunted
The Historical Legacy and Paranormal Marvels of America's Finest City
Discover the historical tapestry of San Diego through a haunted tour of cemeteries, hotels, restaurants, museums, libraries, battlefields, and even fairgrounds. Join the San Diego Paranormal Research Society as they explore ghostly occurrences and examine eyewitness and curator accounts alongside paranormal researchers’ firsthand experiences. Learn about the types of ghosts, spirits, and hauntings at more than 25 locations and the theories behind their existence. From downtown San Diego, Julian, the Gaslamp Quarter District to the North, West, and East Counties, learn why “America’s Finest City” could be in the running for “America’s Most Haunted City.” San Diego’s Most Haunted is a collection of spooky spaces and paranormal places that is sure to delight, educate, and entertain. Currently available online and in local bookstores. A Schiffer Publishing publication.
Spirits of rancho buena vista adobe
The Rancho Buena Vista Adobe stands as a testament to California's diverse past and offers a glimpse into the supernatural. Learn the identity of the apparition known as the "Lady in White," which startles unsuspecting guests by serenely floating across the rancho's courtyard, and the tale of a skeleton rumored to be sealed up somewhere within the rancho's walls. Discover the story of Cave Johnson Couts and family, who continue to chat with visitors in spirit form. And explore the rooms where whispering voices are often heard, even when they're empty. Join author Nicole Strickland as she uncovers spine-tingling haunts and restless souls. Will be available online and in local bookstores.