Hotel Del Coronado - This San Diego hotel has a sad history. In 1892, a young woman checked into this luxury hotel on California’s San Diego Bay to meet her husband. He never arrived, and a few days later, she was found dead on the hotel steps. Since then, guests and staff have noticed the pale figure of a young lady in a black lace dress.

The very haunted Hotel Del Coronado, located on San Diegos' Coronado Island, has a ghostly tale of unrequited love. Employee's, workers and guests have been puzzled by odd noises, spirited breezes, strange faces and the ghostly figure of a young lady wearing a black lace dress.

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Hotel Del Coronado - San Diego, CA USA

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A vintage map of San Diego.

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Georgetown Hotel, Georgetown, CA - is an 1800s saloon style hotel. People who work there have reported seeing a female apparition upstairs in the rooms and hallway, as well as disembodied footfalls and cold spots.

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Balboa Park - San Diego, California

The Star of India at The Maritime Museum ~ San Diego, California

"The barbaric practice of foot binding in China began in the 10th century. It was practiced on young girls as young as 6 yrs old. Feet were wrapped in tight bandages and broken so they couldn’t grow. Tiny feet were a sign of prestige, beauty and wealth. For centuries, women suffered terrible pain in the hopes of marrying into a better future." (http://www.myseveralworlds.com) >> I have seen this before and it is still mind blowing, I could not even fathom...

This story was hugely inspirational to me as young person. This African-American young woman is shielding a KKK member from blows. Later, this man said that it had a profound impact on his beliefs about African-Americans. This woman is the true embodiment of Christian love.

Winchester Mystery House San Jose, California

Dead Man's Oak There’s a local legend that has been passed-down for generations in Osceola County, one that has found its way into a few ghost books, albeit with very little information, about the Dead Man’s Oak. After receiving a few emails about this haunted tree, I decided to investigate this legend and see if there was anything to it. I figured if there was such a tree I could get a picture of it. The first version to this legend alleges that some Spaniards captured a man on a white hor...

The Whaley House in Old Town San Diego. This place is considered one of the most haunted houses in the U.S. so it's a must see for this gal.

The Columbarium in San Francisco was built in 1898 and holds the remains of some of San Francisco's most prominent founding families and notable individuals. According to the building's caretaker, it is haunted by a little girl whose ashes are sealed in an urn behind glass in a portion of the building called the "niche" where she's been seen.