Hotel Alexandria

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The 9th, 11th, and 12th floors are said to have the most activity. Two Mafiosos are also said to be here in the basement of this location. The elevators here also have a knack to go to floors that aren’t selected (usually it’s the 3rd floor).

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Address:
501 S Spring St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
United States

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GPS:
34.0472554, -118.25003279999999
County:
Los Angeles County, California
Nearest Towns:
Los Angeles, CA (0.5 mi.)
Boyle Heights, CA (2.7 mi.)
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  1. Jessica Nazareth  |  

    yes. true. this hotel is very haunted with demons. my dad’s close buddy who is a multi billionaire and a real estate investor used to buy and own this hotel a few years ago. I used to like to enter here often and look at the black and white pictures in frames that they have hanging on the walls in the lobby and throughout the ground floor. also I had a close friend at that time who lived in this building for years by himself. I would stay over and every time I would walk the hallways exploring on my own, there was an eerie feeling to this hotel. I had heard that the 5th floor, people didn’t dare go to. that floor was supposedly very haunted. good thing I never went to that floor because my pal was living on another floor so I had no good reason to go to the 5th floor. as for the other floors being haunted, I didn’t hear about that. they most likely are. because this is actually one of the most haunted hotels in downtown LA due to many demons in here and many people who live here through the many years always often doing drugs and bringing up prostitutes secretly. that’s why many demons are here because the evil doings have opened doors for them to stay here. smh. the other haunted room here is the ball room that they have kept it closed for a long time. no one is to go and use that room. they locked it and do not allow anyone to enter.
    and of course, there is the parking underneath this hotel that is also haunted. some people have seen demons pretending to be ghosts/spirits.
    no matter how haunted this hotel is, their residents still remain here because it is very affordable offering and being a low income housing for years.
    my dad’s close buddy who had formerly owned this place would call it a crack house.
    just too many on drugs and doing too many evil here. I already knew all that prior even before he bought and owned it. then sold this hotel to a company who now owns and runs it.
    there is so much darkness, coldness, emptiness, and eeriness within the walls and hallways of this hotel like you’re being watched by the demons.

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