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Real Haunted Houses in San Diego

Whaley House

San Diego, California

During the early part of the 20th century, this house was home to the Whaley family, while it was also being used as a town hall and courthouse. Hangings were a frequent occurrence in the parlor, and strange happenings have been linked to this. All the Whaley children died unnatural deaths such as having an ax fall on their head, and being killed in the doorway of a closet. Today, in addition to the sightings of two apparitions, footsteps are heard and many weird odors permeate through the

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Tsunami Beach Club

San Diego, California

Built in 1866, this building was once frequented by such names as Wyatt Earp. There are said to be tunnels underneath the building, leading to other hotels in the area, allowing for either an escape, or quick getaway. The building is plagued by hissing sounds and footsteps. Many also feel as though they are constantly being watched.

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Hotel del Coronado

San Diego, California

For a hotel as grand and large as the Hotel Del Coronado in California, it seems a pity it hosts only one ghost. But once youâ??ve heard the tale of this tragic young woman, perhaps youâ??ll understand why in some cases one is enough.

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