San Jose Ghost Hunters
Anaheim,  California
Santa Cruz County
092010
The “Castle,” Built in 1890–1894, is the most significant example of Romanesque Revival architecture in the Mother Lode. It was built to house the Preston School of Industry. Established  
06182010
San Degio Old Town
                                                                        down. One of the managers heard mysterious footsteps and laughter coming from the lobby. He also reported his office door being closed when he had opened it and open when he had closed it, and the abrupt disappearance of his keys. Ghostly sightings have been reported of a young girl named Sarah, and the Ghost Trackers reported the sound of a child's laughter. Other findings were flashes of light and orbs (ball-shaped lights that are believed to be ghosts), which were witnessed by more than two people. 
Amador County
California by SJGH
05-272013
Coronado
I know of a story that happened in San Diego in 1892 at the Hotel Del Coronado. Kate Morgan checked into room 302 the Hotel Del Coronado to meet her estranged husband for Thanksgiving. He never arrived to meet her, and a few days later, she was found dead on the hotel steps near the ocean. Since then, guests and staff of the Hotel Del Coronado have noticed strange breezes, ghostly noises and the pale figure of a young lady walking in a black lace dress. Most people also find it exciting and exhilarating to rent the room for the night, just to see if they have a paranormal experience with Kate. –Ian Bair, San Diego, CA
The Cosmopolitan’s history goes back to a man named Juan Lorenzo Bandini, one of San Diego’s pioneers who settled here in the 1800s and a colorful and important player in San Diego's early development. He designed and constructed his grand residence, the largest in Old Town at the time, between 1827 and 1829. The single-story home was built around False Bay, later named Mission Bay circa 1944.
05-272013
Long Beach
Mary’s House  This house, is haunted by two apparitions--Mary and her son. Sometimes Mary has been reported to be very nice; she teaches children nursery rhymes and reads them bed time stories. Other times, however, Mary is said to be very evil; she has set the house on fire at least four times. Once, she ripped a cat from a little girl's arms and threw it down the hallway. Also in this house is one room that is freezing cold all the time. There have been reports of doors opening and closing by themselves, - See more at: http://www.realhaunts.com/haunted-houses/united-states/california/san-jose
 Golden Gate Park,  Stowe LakeThe Lady of Stowe Lake.... She glides along the pathways near the lake. She can manifest into an orange light or into a Palm tree like shape. A good friend of mine actually picked her up on camera... Amazing!
Queen Anne Hotel,  Located on the corner of Sutter and Octavia Streets. It is a beautiful Victorian Hotel that dates back to the 1890's. Miss Mary Lake's Room, room 410, is reported to be the most haunted in the hotel. She has been seen walking about the hotel and has even scared a few H.P.I.'ers over the years. 

In 1881, because of a forceful campaign by editor J.J. Owen of the San Jose Mercury, the city council authorized the construction of the San Jose Electric Light Tower, ostensibly to replace the gas streetlights that had illuminated downtown San Jose since 1861. It didn't provide sufficient illumination, and by 1884 was used only for ceremonial purposes. It collapsed during the great gale of 1915. In 1989, an informal "Court of Historical Inquiry" looked into the issue of whether the Eiffel Tower was a copyright infringement of the Electric Light Tower; the Justice ruled that it was not.

In 1884, Sarah L. Winchester (née Pardee), the widow of William Winchester and heiress to the empire that manufactured the Winchester rifle, was told that the Winchester family was cursed and haunted by ghosts who were killed by the rifle. She moved from Connecticut to San Jose and began a construction project of such magnitude that it was to occupy the lives of carpenters and craftsmen until her death: the house was continually under construction for thirty-eight years. It is believed that she built the massive, bewildering house to confuse these spirits. Before the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, the Winchester Mystery House reached a height of 7 stories; today it stands three stories with approximately 160 rooms. Many visitors to the house claim to have felt the presence of ghosts, while others claim there is no detectable presence.

In 1909, Dr. Charles Herrold began experimental radio broadcasts in downtown San Jose. His station was commercially licensed in 1921 as KQW, then moved to San Francisco, where it became KCBS in 1949.

The 1933 kidnapping and murder of Brooke Hart resulted in mob violence in San Jose. About 10,000 residents (approximately 1/6 of the city's population at the time) stormed the jail and lynched the two men who had confessed to the killing. The case drew international attention to San Jose, for the kidnapping, lynching, and for the praise that Governor James Rolph directed to those who participated. It is also notable as the last public lynching in California's history. Photos of the lynchings were even used as Nazi propaganda, to demonstrate that Americans were supportive of their Jewish population (the Hart family was Jewish).

San Jose 
El Campo Santo cemetery, which was built in 1849. is home to 477 bodies, the cemetery is said to host at least two ghosts, including that of Yankee Jim Robinson, who was hung at the nearby Whaley House and is said to haunt both sites. Antonio Gerra was Quechan by birth though latter appointed “naat”, or headman of the Cupeno Indians. Questionable taxation against Gerra’s people lead to outright revolt and multiple murders. Garra Sr. would eventually be captured, tried, and convicted of murder and theft. Gerra was executed by firing squad directly in front of his freshly dug grave. 12 men participated in the firing squad including Thomas Whaley himself. Visitors have noted chills, visions of shimmering figures and misfortunes to passing cars – no wonder, as several of the graves were paved over to make room for a road.
La Casa De Estudillo started off as a grand adobe mansion. Captain Jose Maria de Estudillo, commander of the San Diego presidio, began to build this find adobe mansion for his wife and his children, near the end of his life in 1927. Though he completed the mansion he had envisioned in 1929, after his death in 1830, his son, Jose Antonio Estudillo, continued to build onto the original mansion, to accommodate his growing family, and to be sure they had room for extended family and visitors. Jose Antonio Estudillo accomplished much in his life, serving the community as a revenue collector, treasurer, alcalde, and judge of San Diego under the Mexican flag. Under the American Flag, he also served as treasurer and assessor of San Diego County. He also was blessed with a lovely wife, Maria Victoria Dominguez, and their seven sons and five daughters!!! By the time Jose Antonio Estudillo had finished his additions to the original mansion, the shape of the mansion went from being in an L to a U, with the lovely garden courtyard in the middle of it all. Its thirteen rooms became a comfortable place to live for Jose Antonio Estudillo's large family, extended family and a lovely spot for visitors to stay for awhile. La Casa De Estudillo was the family home for three generations of the De Estudillo clan until 1887, when they pulled up roots and moved to Los Angeles,
The thought of ghosts residing at Disneyland sounds like a fantasy, but there have been many reports of paranormal behavior at the happiest place on earth. There is a legend concerning a woman who wanted to scatter her young son's ashes inside the Haunted Mansion, but was forbidden by Disney officials. She snuck the ashes inside and covertly scattered them. Apparently, this was NOT her son's last wish as since she did that people have sometimes seen the apparition of a crying boy sitting near the exit. "The man in a tuxedo" is another spirit, though no one really knows who he is. One day an employee was working in the area where passengers disembark. There is a mirror there, so the attendant can see when the riders come up behind her. She kept seeing a shadow in the mirror, and when she turned around no one was there. The figure seemed to be wearing a tuxedo. Then, she felt a chill and a hand placed on her shoulder. Of course, she turned to find no one there. The woman ran out of the Haunted Mansion and soon quit her job. 2010
Bodie Ca.
I know of a story that happened in San Diego in 1892 at the Hotel Del Coronado. Kate Morgan checked into room 302 the Hotel Del Coronado to meet her estranged husband for Thanksgiving. He never arrived to meet her, and a few days later, she was found dead on the hotel steps near the ocean. Since then, guests and staff of the Hotel Del Coronado have noticed strange breezes, ghostly noises and the pale figure of a young lady walking in a black lace dress. Most people also find it exciting and exhilarating to rent the room for the night, just to see if they have a paranormal experience with Kate. –Ian Bair, San Diego, CA
AMC Saratoga 14  Poltergeist/Presence very strong in this 14 screen multiplex. House Lights flicker on & off muffled laughter/whispers also arm rests lower & raise themselves up of their own accord especially in theatre 5. Also Workers report in the projection booth a shadowy figure can be glimpsed & lurks around projector number 5. 700 El Paseo de Saratoga, San Jose, CA 95130

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The Old Gilroy Hotel
This hotel is no longer in operation but was said to be haunted by a young woman in her twenties and a ghostly little girl. The woman usually appeared at the top of the stairs, while the little girl would be spotted in the hallway. Many eerie noises and electrical disturbances have been reported here as well. Read More 

Categories: Real Haunted Hotels & Lodging There once was a glamorous hotel located at 7365 Monterey Rd in Gilroy, California. This establishment, known as the Gilroy Hotel, was a popular place for the higher echelon of local society to meet back in the day. Citizens of Gilroy would mingle amongst their peers, discussing the latest gossip and events of the day. […]


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                                                   Disneyland Park is an amusement park located in Anaheim, California, owned and operated by the Walt Disney Park                                                    and Resorts division of The Walt Disney Company. Originally, and still often colloquially, called Disneyland, it was dedicated with a televised press preview on July 17, 1955, and opened to the general public on July 18, 1955. Disneyland holds the distinction of being the only theme park to be designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney himself. In 1998, the theme park was re-branded "Disneyland Park" to distinguish it from the larger Disneyland Resort complex. Disneyland has the most cumulative attendance of any theme park in the world, with close to 600 million guests since July 18, 1955. In 2009, 15.9 million people visited the park making it the second most visited park in the World during that calendar year.

The former maximum-security prison set on an island is now a musuem and tourist attraction. Visitors and tour guides alike have reported unexplained screams, slamming cell doors, banjo music and footsteps. The site has been investigated by both Ghost Hunters and Ghost Labs. If you've had a paranormal experience here, or have any additional information about this location, please let us know! .
The thought of ghosts residing at Disneyland sounds like a fantasy, but there have been many reports of paranormal behavior at the happiest place on earth. There is a legend concerning a woman who wanted to scatter her young son's ashes inside the Haunted Mansion, but was forbidden by Disney officials. She snuck the ashes inside and covertly scattered them. Apparently, this was NOT her son's last wish as since she did that people have sometimes seen the apparition of a crying boy sitting near the exit. "The man in a tuxedo" is another spirit, though no one really knows who he is. One day an employee was working in the area where passengers disembark. There is a mirror there, so the attendant can see when the riders come up behind her. She kept seeing a shadow in the mirror, and when she turned around no one was there. The figure seemed to be wearing a tuxedo. Then, she felt a chill and a hand placed on her shoulder. Of course, she turned to find no one there. The woman ran out of the Haunted Mansion and soon quit her job. 2010
The thought of ghosts residing at Disneyland sounds like a fantasy, but there have been many reports of paranormal behavior at the happiest place on earth. There is a legend concerning a woman who wanted to scatter her young son's ashes inside the Haunted Mansion, but was forbidden by Disney officials. She snuck the ashes inside and covertly scattered them. Apparently, this was NOT her son's last wish as since she did that people have sometimes seen the apparition of a crying boy sitting near the exit. "The man in a tuxedo" is another spirit, though no one really knows who he is. One day an employee was working in the area where passengers disembark. There is a mirror there, so the attendant can see when the riders come up behind her. She kept seeing a shadow in the mirror, and when she turned around no one was there. The figure seemed to be wearing a tuxedo. Then, she felt a chill and a hand placed on her shoulder. Of course, she turned to find no one there. The woman ran out of the Haunted Mansion and soon quit her job. 2010
 Located in northern California, the won an award for its "playful ghosts" from Ghosttrackers.org, an established paranormal research group. Ghosts have been heard or seen by several sources at the lodge, now called the Brookdale Inn & Spa after being burned
The thought of ghosts residing at Disneyland sounds like a fantasy, but there have been many reports of paranormal behavior at the happiest place on earth. There is a legend concerning a woman who wanted to scatter her young son's ashes inside the Haunted Mansion, but was forbidden by Disney officials. She snuck the ashes inside and covertly scattered them. Apparently, this was NOT her son's last wish as since she did that people have sometimes seen the apparition of a crying boy sitting near the exit. "The man in a tuxedo" is another spirit, though no one really knows who he is. One day an employee was working in the area where passengers disembark. There is a mirror there, so the attendant can see when the riders come up behind her. She kept seeing a shadow in the mirror, and when she turned around no one was there. The figure seemed to be wearing a tuxedo. Then, she felt a chill and a hand placed on her shoulder. Of course, she turned to find no one there. The woman ran out of the Haunted Mansion and soon quit her job. 2010
by the State Legislature as a progressive action toward rehabilitating, rather than simply imprisoning, juvenile offenders. Doors of the 120 room “castle” closed in 1960 after new facilities were completed. 
San Francisco
Bay Area
 Alcatraz was designed to hold prisoners who continuously caused trouble at other federal prisons.[23] At 9:40 am on August 11, 1934, the first batch of 137 prisoners arrived at Alcatraz, arriving by railroad from the United States Penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kansas at Santa Venetia, California, before being escorted to Alcatraz, handcuffed in high security coaches and guarded by some 60 special FBI agents, U.S. Marshals and railway security officials.[6][24] Most of the prisoners were notorious bank robbers and murderers.[6] The prison initially had a staff of 155, including the first warden James A. Johnston and associate warden J. E. Shuttleworth, both considered to be "iron men".[6] The staff were highly trained in security, but not rehabilitation.[6]
The thought of ghosts residing at Disneyland sounds like a fantasy, but there have been many reports of paranormal behavior at the happiest place on earth. There is a legend concerning a woman who wanted to scatter her young son's ashes inside the Haunted Mansion, but was forbidden by Disney officials. She snuck the ashes inside and covertly scattered them. Apparently, this was NOT her son's last wish as since she did that people have sometimes seen the apparition of a crying boy sitting near the exit. "The man in a tuxedo" is another spirit, though no one really knows who he is. One day an employee was working in the area where passengers disembark. There is a mirror there, so the attendant can see when the riders come up behind her. She kept seeing a shadow in the mirror, and when she turned around no one was there. The figure seemed to be wearing a tuxedo. Then, she felt a chill and a hand placed on her shoulder. Of course, she turned to find no one there. The woman ran out of the Haunted Mansion and soon quit her job. 2010
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  The United States Disciplinary Barracks on Alcatraz was acquired by the United Department of Justice on October 12, 1933, and the island became a federal prison in August 1934. 


Alameda
                                            On the first weekend of February, about a hundred ghost hunters and skeptics are gathering at the USS Hornet in Alameda to document -- or not -- paranormal activity on board. The event is a fundraiser for the Hornet’s education program.

The USS Hornet aircraft carrier served in the Pacific Theater in the 1940s. And education manager Heidi Schave says some of the hundreds who died on board are still roaming the decks "The Hornet does have spirits on board. They’re mostly World War II sailors," Schave said.  Climbing down into the belly of the aircraft carrier, Schave points to a room with an old hospital bed and medical equipment, where operations used to take place. "In these two surgical rooms a lot of people do experience cold spots, they hear voices sometimes." The conference features a series of speakers and a flashlight tour of haunted areas. Schave hopes to raise about $10,000 to bring Bay Area schoolchildren to the Hornet’s education program.

GILROY 

Halloween is the day we celebrate the strange and the bizarre, facing our darkest fears of the unknown realms. And ghost stories are a favorite part of the holiday, helping us to deal with the greatest of all unknowns – what happens to us after we die.

Like almost every locale, the South Valley has its share of phantasmagorical happenings and haunted homes. Ghosts seem to abound in the region, reminding residents that spooks always are just around the corner in their unearthly domain. Whether a person believes in ghosts or not, the stories about these weird occurrences are always fun to recount during the Halloween season.

Take a quick glance over your shoulder. You might happen to catch a glimpse of a spirit reading this article along with you. Boo!

The Old Gilroy Hotel

The building at 7365 Monterey Road once was known as the Gilroy Hotel and was a prominent location for the town's elite to meet. Two specters of the other world are said to make this building their haunting realm.

According to the local legend, one of the ghosts is a woman in her twenties and the other is a sad-looking little girl. During the heyday of the hotel, a man entered the hotel and raped and killed the two guests. The woman is seen at the top of the stairs, and the little girl is seen in the hallway.

Sometimes late at night, people who know the building say occupants hear the sound of footsteps passing through the halls. When they take a look to see who is there, the hallway is empty.

People also have reported hearing an electric piano's keys struck. The peculiar detail is, the musical instrument is not plugged into the wall outlet. Electric lights go on and off, some people have reported, and doors rattle violently as though someone is locked inside and desperately is trying to get out.

The child is sometimes seen looking out the window, according to some witnesses, and an employee of the building said he felt a cold touch on the back of the neck on one occasion. When he turned around quickly to see who it was, he found he was alone. He had no doubt he had been rubbed by one of the ghosts.