AMC Puente Hills 20

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AMC Puente Hills 20 movie theater is rumored to be haunted, and apparitions of children have been seen running around the theater. The cinema is on the site of the former Broadway Department Store, which also was said to be haunted, as witnesses reported music coming from locked storerooms, clothes that swung on racks, unseen entities that would call employees’ names, and sometimes apparitions as well.

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1560 S Azusa Ave
City of Industry, CA 91748
United States

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33.99480876081662, -117.92636775935534
Los Angeles County, California
Nearest Towns:
South San Jose Hills, CA (1.8 mi.)
Rowland Heights, CA (1.8 mi.)
La Puente, CA (2.2 mi.)
Hacienda Heights, CA (2.4 mi.)
Industry, CA (2.5 mi.)
La Habra Heights, CA (2.7 mi.)
Valinda, CA (3.6 mi.)
Walnut, CA (3.9 mi.)
La Habra, CA (4.5 mi.)
West Puente Valley, CA (4.6 mi.)


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  1. about five years ago I was watching a movie with my family at this amc. We were in the middle of the movie when my mother turned to me and said she wanted to leave and that she was scared.. I told her not to be silly that the movie was not even scary. after the movie she told me that she felt an eerie presence sit next to her during the movie.

  2. I took my niece and nephew to go watch Rio 2. we went to theatre screen 18 sat in the middle of the top row. Since we were the only ones there I went down to take a picture of the kids in their seats. Minutes later a male viewer walked in and took his seat. In the middle of the movie I notice two children seated next to the isle two rows down from us. Didn’t think much of it. Once the movie was done I took the kids to go eat and we decided to look at the pictures that I took of them. To our surprise we notice a figure of a small child in from of my niece and nephew seated two rows down from them. Later I realized that I didn’t see the two children ever leave the theatre once the movie was over.

  3. I used to work at that Broadway. We constantly heard our names called, I once saw two legs wearing black pants straightening a tall rack of pajamas (mistook the legs for a short those of a short co-worker), shadows walking past office doors in the back area where customers weren’t allowed, and so on. The third floor freight elevator and adjoining stockroom were so bad I refuse to enter them after that first time. I’ve never been to the AMC, but I can vouch for the Broadway.

      • Valerie Stickles  |  

        I worked there too (86-95). Never heard anything, but one of my friends did ( she worked in Children’s Dept at the time, heard the hangers, saw shadows. I worked 3rd floor in Domestics & China).

  4. The Puente Hills Mall was built on the site of an old indian burial ground. Bones were discovered during the initial construction and had to be put on hold until the validity of the bone could be authenticated. Construction was delayed 6-8 months until they decided to move the bone to another location.

    • That explains why the mall is losing business. The spirits don’t want it there. They need to knock it down and build a museum dedicated to the Indians. We should knows this areas history. Its very important. Its sacred ground

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