Angelo's and Vinci's Ristorante

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People will often catch the glimpse of an elderly man in the corner of their eyes. Psychics report that he is friendly, though not alone. The other spirits include two women (one elderly and the other young), a farmer type, and various people in period outfits. The basement is said to be very unnerving, but one explanation is that it is connected to the Fox Theater which also said to be very, if not, more haunted. It is believed that all ghosts here are harmless and peaceful.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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550 N Harbor Blvd
Fullerton, CA
United States

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33.8747684, -117.9241093
Orange County, California
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Fullerton, CA (0.3 mi.)
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  1. Jennifer Atkinson  |  

    Never seen a ghost around there, but they do have excellent pizza. I use to go for their pizza by the slice when I was going to Fullerton High school nearby.

  2. We were at the dungeon taking pictures and while we are ON our Way home while browsing to all the pictures, I saw this picture with an image of an angry Face. Can someone recognize him?

  3. Great Googa Mooga! That’s him! That’s the owner, Peck. Good job. That downstairs area was once a 1900’s era mens room. Strange that they would change it into a dungeon.

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