Haunted Places in Sugarloaf Village, California



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    The Springville Inn

    Springville, California

    23.5 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Four ghosts are believed to haunt the original structure around which the Springville Inn's modern amenities were built. Employees have cleverly named these ghosts "Little Girl", "Old Man". "Young Man" and "The Woman". It's a complete set! You are less likely to see the Old Man as ...


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    Sequoia Dawn - Old TB Sanitarium

    Springville, California

    23.5 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Formerly an old TB Sanitarium, Sequoia Dawn Apartments are said to be haunted. At the nearby cemetery, a witness says something unseen pulled his hat off his head and disembodied voices were heard. Inside the apartments, folks have reported strange voices, cold spots, and the apparition of a woman in ...


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    Kern County Museum

    Bakersfield, California

    36.9 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Formerly the 1882 Norris School and now Kern County Museum, the place is said to be haunted. Witnesses have heard the mysterious tapping of chalk on the blackboard.


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    Garces Memorial Circle

    Bakersfield, California

    37.2 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    There is a statue in the circle, and locals say its hands move or it can be heard muttering prayers right before a major car accident takes place here.


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    Central Park

    Bakersfield, California

    37.4 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The apparition of a woman in a flowing gown has been seen along the canal near dawn, believed to be the spirit of a woman who was murdered nearby. Her bones were discovered in the foundry across from the park with bullet holes in them.


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    Kern County Kids Shelter - Sinaloa Mexican

    Bakersfield, California

    37.5 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Once the Kern County Kids Shelter, the Mexican restaurant Sinaloa's 100-plue-year-old building is said to be a hotspot for paranormal activity. The feelings experienced here are generally good ones, reports say.


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    Club Paradise

    Bakersfield, California

    37.6 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    At this former night club, folks say they have seen apparitions and objects that move on their own, and some reports say something unseen has locked employees in the storeroom from the outside. Customers inside also have been groped or pushed by something unseen.


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    The Padre Hotel

    Bakersfield, California

    38 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Believed to be haunted by people who died in a fire there decades ago, floor 7 is supposedly the hot spot of activity. Allegedly workers who were involved in a 2008 renovation reported numerous poltergeist/haunted activity including being touched, pushed and other sorts of mischief.


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    Bakersfield Californian Building

    Bakersfield, California

    38 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The old newspaper building is said to be haunted by a phantom German shepherd, a former security guard, and the paper's former editor.


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    Gaslight Melodrama Theatre and Music Hall

    Bakersfield, California

    41.4 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    This former theater is said to be haunted by the former owner of a toy shop that this building once housed. The owner committed suicide here. Although haunting incidents don't occur as often now, in the 1980s props and stage settings were known to move by themselves and many witnesses ...


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    National Chavez Center

    Keene, California

    41.8 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    This location used to be a hospital for people suffering from TB. Before it was renovated, curious visitors would be scared off by the sounds of children laughing, EVPs also being common. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    The Green Hotel

    Shafter, California

    42.4 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The 1913 hotel is haunted by two spirits, believed to be linked with the past of the historic town. The first is a female ghost, perhaps the apparition of Marion Hitchcock, who has been observed parting the upstairs curtains and peering into the street. The second is a man ...


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    Hillman Healthcare Center

    Tulare, California

    47.1 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    At Hillman Health Clinic, formerly Tulare County General Hospital, the elevator is said to run by itself, and heavy footsteps have been reported on the stairs.


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    Cinema 1-2-3 Site

    Visalia, California

    50.3 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Three boys were usually seen here, all of which were transparent. One boy was apparently thrown off of the roof and sometimes, people would see a shadow being tossed off of the roof. The site has since been demolished, but the activity could possibly remain there. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Fox Theater

    Visalia, California

    50.8 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The balcony at this historic theatre is supposed to be haunted. Visitors have reported feeling an eerie presence accompanied by a temperature drop, while others have sworn they've seen a figure sitting in the wings after closing hours when the building is empty. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    LJ Williams Community Theater

    Visalia, California

    51 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    This 1930's theatre is usually used for school productions, and is reportedly haunted by actors and theatre patrons who loved the building so much that they refused to leave. Visitors have seen a pair of ghostly children in various parts of the building and a teenage girl who hanged ...


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    Best Western Plus Frontier Motel

    Lone Pine, California

    62 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The bizarre apparition of a vanishing man in a cowboy hat has been seen in several rooms of the hotel in the early hours of morning. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Calvary Cemetery

    Hanford, California

    65.1 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    At Calvary Cemetery, legend has it that an apparition of an elderly lady appears in a white dress, and a certain mausoleum opens itself up every Friday night.


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    Bastille

    Hanford, California

    66.3 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The Bastille, circa 1897, was a prison until 1964 when the old ceiling caved in. More recently it contained restaurants and night clubs, and, according to rumor, a few haunts. At restaurant kitchens, pots and pans would move on their own, and employees often described a heavy presence or a ...


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    Hanford Civic Auditorium

    Hanford, California

    66.3 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Built in 1924, this historic hall is said to be haunted by a few ghosts. Apparitions have been witnessed, including one man dressed in a 1940s suit and another who appears on the balcony as if watching a show. He applauds, then vanishes. And if you visit the men's restroom, ...


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    Irwin Street Inn

    Hanford, California

    66.5 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The former inn, now a restaurant, is said to be visited by at least three ghosts. Witnesses report apparitions in the dining room and on the second floor as well as slamming windows, moving bedsheets and lamps that come on and off.


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    Dunlap Cemetery

    Dunlap, California

    67.1 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    A number of spooky occurrences have been reported at this cemetery: Three tall shadow figures that stand near some oak trees, a chanting voice that seems to say "Leave us alone," cold spots near unmarked graves, and footsteps that seem to follow visitors.


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    Belshaw House - Cerro Gordo Ghost Town

    Sugarloaf Village, California

    67.9 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Built in 1868 and once the home of Mortimer Belshaw, one of California's Bullion Kings, the small house within the Cerro Gordo Ghost Town is believed to be haunted. The area is closed to visitors at this time.


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    Rosamond Insane Asylum Ruins

    Lancaster, California

    77.8 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Once the "Rosamond Insane Asylum" stood here, but it was demolished years and years ago. Now only some ruins remain, but locals swear that the souls of those who died here also linger. Extreme temperature differences and eerie feelings abound. Some claim to have found evidence of ...


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    Del Rey Cemetery - Prairie Cemetery

    Del Rey, California

    79.3 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Shadowed figures, whispering voices, and a strange glowing headstone are among the mysterious things you may experience here.


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    Elizabeth Lake

    Elizabeth Lake, California

    81.3 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Elizabeth Lake is famous for its creature that is said to live in its depths and come out at night to feast on local livestock and crops. The legend comes from as far back as the Spaniards' first settlement here. Witnesses describe a sulfurous smell and eerie feelings when they ...


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    Lancaster Hotel - Western Hotel Museum

    Lancaster, California

    82.7 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Once the Lancaster Hotel, the Western Hotel Museum is the city's oldest building and the home of several spirits. The sound of footsteps and old records can be heard at random times, and the smell of vanilla and old flowers also has been reported.


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    St. Francis Dam Site

    Santa Clarita, California

    88.7 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    William Mulholland oversaw what would be his last major project be completed in 1926. His career ended 3 years later when the dam collapsed and kill somewhere between 200 and 500 people. A cemetery located somewhere nearby wound up being the burial site for many of the victims; some of ...


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    Meux Home Museum

    Fresno, California

    89.9 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Built around 1890, the Victorian Meux Home of Dr. Thomas Meux and his family is rumored to be haunted. Now a museum, the home is the setting for stories locals tell of children's ghostly laughter coming from the upstairs and doorknobs going missing on several of the doors overnight.


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    Wolfe Manor

    Clovis, California

    89.9 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The historic Wolfe Manor, later known as Clovis Avenue Sanitarium, was built as a private residence in 1922. In 1935 it became the Hazelwood Sanitarium for treating those with terminal illnesses such as tuberculosis. In 1942 it became Clovis Avenue Sanitarium, treating those with mental illness, and there, reports say, ...


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    Ruiz Family Cemetery

    Santa Clarita, California

    92.5 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The Ruiz family, as well as others who were victim to the St. Francis Dam, are said to be seen here. The cemetery itself is located on the hill behind the houses. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Skidoo

    Sugarloaf Village, California

    93.1 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Skidoo is just like Bodie or Calico in terms of its reputation as a classic American ghost town, and just like the others, it too has a reputation for the dead lurking around. A barkeeper named Joe "Hooch" Simpson was responsible for the murder of the town banker. Joe met ...


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    Kearney Mansion

    Fresno, California

    94.7 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The mansion and the nearby railroad tracks are said to be haunted. The Kearney Witch is said to show up if you cross the tracks at night, wearing all white and begging cars to stop. And at Kearney Park, the laughter of children has been heard at 1:30 a.m.


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    Six Flags Magic Mountain

    Sugarloaf Village, California

    96.9 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The apparition of a child in a striped shirt has been seen at night running underneath Colossus. Cold spots and an eerie presences have been felt here as well, as well as the sounds of rides and machinery working when the park is closed. Rumor has it that a roller ...


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    Sand Canyon Road

    Santa Clarita, California

    100 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    The legend told about Sand Canyon Road involves some teens who crashed their car in the mid-1980s near the intersection of Warm Springs Road and Sand Canyon Road on their prom night. A female ghost teen has been seen, trying to rustle up assistance for her injured friends.


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    Egg Plantation

    Santa Clarita, California

    100 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Egg Plantation has a ghost locals call "menacing." It manifests as a movement from the corner of one's eye, seen by patrons seated at the bar. When they look directly at the spot from where the movement comes, nothing is there.


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    Hart Ranch and Museum

    Santa Clarita, California

    100.4 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Silent film actor William S. Hart, who died in 1946, once owned Hart Mansion, and he, his sister and several of his dogs are said to live on here in spirit. Witnesses also have smelled fresh coffee brewing in the home. Rumor has it that Hart will only appear to ...


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    Nordhoff Cemetery

    Ojai, California

    101.7 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Reports say that a ghost dog has been seen here. He may dart past noiselessly, or you may hear his growls.


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    White Lady of Highway 126

    Fillmore, California

    102 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Near a sycamore tree just off of Highway 12,6 between Hall and Sycamore Roads, a ghostly White Lady is said to appear. According to different local legends, she was either hanged from the tree or she was killed in a car accident nearby.


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    Ojai Valley Inn

    Ojai, California

    102.1 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Room 5 is allegedly haunted by a ghost who bangs on the closet door, from inside. People claim when they open the closet, after hearing the banging, they are greeted by a foul odor they didn't notice earlier. Some also claim to see a fancy dressed gentleman ghost ...


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    Charman of Ojai - Creek Road

    Ojai, California

    102.2 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Creek Road is apparently a popular hangout for the spirit set. The most popular spook here may be the Charman. Some say he is the spirit of a firefighter pinned in by a 1948 forest fire, burned and disfigured; he ran into the woods never to be seen again. Others ...


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    The Glen Tavern Inn

    Santa Paula, California

    104.5 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    There is a variety of ghostly activity reported at the Glen Tavern Inn. People claim to see full body apparitions, a ghost who likes to play the piano and assorted poltergeist activity that occurs. Some guests report that there belongings have been knocked off their dressers by unseen "presences". ...


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    Scotty's Castle

    Sugarloaf Village, California

    110 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    This historic mansion was built for actor Walter Scott back in 1922, and when he passes away in 1954, he and his beloved dog were buried in the foothills behind the building. Workers claim to hear disembodied footsteps walking across the driveway at night, and claim to hear the barks ...


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    George Air Force Base

    Victorville, California

    111.3 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Once an air force base from World War II to the early 1990's, the area has since been abandoned. Curious investigators should wear masks considering this place contains many toxic materials around, but many EVPs are captured here as well as strange figures on video and camera. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Hyatt Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara, California

    113.6 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    As an employee, I have witnessed many supernatural things. Whether it be footsteps or a gray shadow in the corner of my eye, there has been an occurrence every week or so for me. Around the times of 2:45-4:00 A.M, our security cameras have picked up motion sensor detection in ...


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    Mission Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara, California

    113.7 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Mission Santa Barbara, established in 1786, has a graveyard that is the burial site of over 5,000 pioneers and Native Americans. Various apparitions have been seen roaming here.


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    El Evado Road

    Victorville, California

    114.5 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Along this stretch of road, dozens of people have lost their lives. One of the most famous cases along this road involves a little girl who is seen walking around. Other cases involve people walking or standing around who immediately vanish. One team of investigators picked up an EVP of ...


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    Jicarilla Road

    Apple Valley, California

    121.8 miles from Sugarloaf Village, CA

    Some say the shape of a man can be running across Jicarilla Road very quickly. It may start chasing witnesses, and then suddenly vanish.


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