Cosmopolitan Hotel and Restaurant

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Featured on TV’s Ghost Adventures, the 1827 building that houses the Cosmopolitan is said to be haunted. It was originally built by Juan Lorenzo Bandini, his young daughter died in the home, and her bed and rocking chair remain in the house. The chair has been known to rock by itself, and a witness reported hearing the unexplained sound of a child crying. Other rumors and mysteries surround the place as well.

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2660 Calhoun St
San Diego, CA 92110
United States

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32.754595048948914, -117.19639408102034
San Diego County, California
Nearest Towns:
San Diego, CA (3.5 mi.)
Coronado, CA (4.8 mi.)
National City, CA (7.7 mi.)
La Jolla, CA (7.8 mi.)
Lemon Grove, CA (9.6 mi.)
La Mesa, CA (10.1 mi.)
Chula Vista, CA (10.3 mi.)
Spring Valley, CA (11.5 mi.)
Bonita, CA (11.8 mi.)
La Presa, CA (12.0 mi.)

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  1. Me and my friend stayed here in room #10 (the Arcadia room) and witnessed a lady in a white victorian dress floating in the center of our room in the early hours on a Sunday morning.

  2. Lorin Morgan-Richards  |  

    Room 4/5 is haunted by a lady of the night and her cat. I had a very personal encounter with the ghost during my writing retreat. On an earlier occasion (and unknown to me at the time) Bonnie Vent, a pyschic medium, spoke of her as wearing a red dress, matching hat and tall lace boots.

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