Juliet Blackwell

Juliet Blackwell

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San Francisco Bay Area / New York Times national bestselling author of The Paris Key, Witchcraft Mysteries and Haunted Home Renovation series.
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The disaster just marked its 111-year anniversary.

Interactive Map of San Francisco Matches Photos From the 1906 Earthquake to Modern Places

Hippies at the corner of Haight-Ashbury in 1967, the epicenter of the summer of love.

SAN FRANCISCO - Hippies dawdle at the corner of Haight and Ashbury Streets, the epicenter of the Summer of Love

This summer, the Presidio joins a city-wide celebration of the 50th Anniversary of San Franciscos “Summer of Love,” remembering the parks unique role as a U.S. Army post just a few miles away from the epicenter of a social and political revolution.

This summer, the Presidio joins a city-wide celebration of the Anniversary of San Franciscos “Summer of Love,” remembering the parks unique role as a U. Army post just a few miles away from the epicenter of a social and political revolution.

The little girl -- buried with care in 1876 and reburied with reverence in 2016 -- was apparently left behind when about 30,000 people originally laid to rest in San Francisco's Odd Fellows Cemetery were moved in the 1920s.

Mystery girl in Calif. gets second funeral, 145 years after she was first buried

The little girl -- buried with care in 1876 and reburied with reverence in 2016 -- was apparently left behind when about 30,000 people originally laid to rest in San Francisco's Odd Fellows Cemetery were moved in the 1920s.

Mystery girl in Calif. gets second funeral, 145 years after she was first buried

<div class='meta'><div class='origin-logo' data-origin='none'></div><span class='caption-text' data-credit='KGO-TV'>This is what Odd Fellows Cemetery used to look like in the 1800s. When crews removed bodies back in the 1930s, they made the mistake of leaving Edith Howard Cook behind.</span></div>

SF couple says they heard footsteps of little girl before coffin discovery

The popular New Asia restaurant in S.F.’s Chinatown is popular for banquets. The city is in contract to purchase the property and convert it into affordable housing. Photo: Michael Macor, The Chronicle

The popular New Asia restaurant in S.’s Chinatown is popular for banquets. The city is in contract to purchase the property and convert it into affordable housing. Photo: Michael Macor, The Chronicle

San Francisco City Guides walking tours offer behind-the-scenes history and anecdotes from dozens of iconic landmarks and little-known neighborhoods.

These free walking tours in San Francisco are one of the city’s best bets

A UC Santa Cruz lab shed light on San Francisco’s dark history in its dealings with the dead by identifying a toddler buried there more than 140 years ago.

A UC Santa Cruz lab shed light on San Francisco’s dark history in its dealings with the dead by identifying a toddler buried there more than 140 years ago.

San Francisco is marking the 50th anniversary of the ‘Summer of Love’ with a kaleidoscope of events celebrating the summer of 1967.

San Francisco is marking the anniversary of the ‘Summer of Love’ with a kaleidoscope of events celebrating the summer of

A nude parade meant to celebrate the ideology and values of the "Summer of Love" is set to march through San Francisco on Saturday, May 20.

A nude parade meant to celebrate the ideology and values of the "Summer of Love" is set to march through San Francisco on Saturday, May