Explore The Haunted History of Hollywood
By Deb Flomberg
There are certainly a lot of tours to take in Hollywood. From Celebrity Homes to California sites to tours of notorious death spots, you can easily take a new tour just about any day of the week and find new sites and interesting things at each one. Perhaps one of the darkest, and most interesting, is the Haunted Hollywood Tour from Starline Tours. With so many famous final resting places, iconic celebrities and fascinating histories, a tour of the many reportedly haunted locations in Hollywood is sure to be a creepily fun time for the whole family.
This tour will take you through all the dark and creepy places in Hollywood, as your tour guide explains all about the many true stories of murder, suicide and mayhem. You’ll see many locations that you’ve seen on those paranormal television shows, where countless Electronic Voice Phenomena’s and strange photos have been captured.
You’ll meet at the Starline Tours Terminal near Grauman’s Chinese Theatre as your tour visits the sites that are reported to be haunted by Marilyn Monroe, River Phoenix, Jim Morrison, Dorothy Dandridge, Janis Joplin, Harry Houdini, John Belushi and many others. This means you’ll be visiting the Greystone Mansion, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, the Roosevelt Hotel and many more. The tour concludes at the Comedy Store, which is also reported to have many local sprits.
There is only one way to make this fun day even more complete, and that is to set out in the 2013 CL65 AMG Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You’ll arrive for your tour in style as you enjoy the elegance and luxury that only a Mercedes-Benz can provide. Plus, you will have some extra room to bring along a few friends, since you’ll want a hand or two to hold while you go through this spooky tour.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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