5 edition of Visiting Haunted Southern California found in the catalog.
by Infinity Pub
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||138|
- Explore karenjeandean's board "haunted" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Haunted places, Places to go, Haunting pins. We didn't set out to take a haunted Southern California tour, but in our travels we came across many locations with haunted history. I'd heard of many before our trip and enjoyed exploring their history and feeling their energy. I'd recommend visiting each if you happen to be in the area. They are all well worth the cost of admission.
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'Visiting Haunted Southern California' by Hilber H. Graf, is a very interesting and enjoyable book. It contains a lot of information and history on the many haunted places in Southern California.
The author gives complete information as to what is needed on your trip to a haunted house in a humorous way that captures your interest.5/5(2). The Author also manages to cover a good variety of locations as well and even includes some maps of the area's.
I found this book to be a very fun read and highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the scary history and locations located in Southern California. Bob Davis Planet Paranormal Broadcast Network Queen Mary Shadows/5(8).
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The asylum had many names in its first years, including "The Insane Asylum," "Southern California Asylum for the Insane and Inebriate," and "Highland Insane Asylum." From the start, a wide variety of unfortunate souls were essentially incarcerated in the facility as wards of the state.
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