Brand Park

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The park was once the Brand Family’s estate, complete with mansion (now the park’s Library & Art Center) and family cemetery. Folks say the cemetery is reached via a trail behind the house, and that spooky “occult” things have occurred near Mr. Brand’s pyramid-shaped tomb.

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1601 W Mountain St
Glendale, CA 91201
United States

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34.181472609459064, -118.27712684550784
Los Angeles County, California
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  1. I filmed a movie here once in high school with a few friends. We took the trail to the cemetery and climbed underneath the metal gate surrounding it to get a shot. I cut my arm on the metal bad enough to have a scar for awhile. It is my belief that if you’re going to enter the cemetery without a spirit following you out, blood must be spilled.

    • Mat, I had the privilege to go inside the Brand Library Cemetery with the gate itself being unlocked. I went inside and took some pictures and then left. I think you just weren’t careful when you climbed, I don’t even believe in ghosts. I think you just didn’t climb carefully hence you got hurt pretty badly and bled.

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