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Odd, unexplainable noises are heard and EVP’s are picked up. Thomas Ince, a screenwriter from the silent era, is said to be here.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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9336 W Washington Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232
United States

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34.02405203451201, -118.39242070918772
Los Angeles County, California
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  1. Jessica Nazareth  |  

    it is not really Thomas Ince here at this location but a demon only pretending to be Thomas Ince. demons love to fool people into thinking they are the ghosts/spirits of the deceased. by fooling people that way, people become misinformed and believe their demon lies. demons are very evil and always tricking people that way for the longest time. they behave the way they do to lure people’s curiousities and interests so they can trap people to them. simple as that.

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