Doubletree Hotel - Rosemead

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Reportedly haunted by a ghost who likes to play with the lights. Bad wiring or a haunting? You decide.

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Geographic Information

Address:
888 Montebello Blvd
Rosemead, CA 91770
United States

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GPS:
34.0372231, -118.08098469999999
County:
Los Angeles County, California
Nearest Towns:
South San Gabriel, CA (1.8 mi.)
South El Monte, CA (2.2 mi.)
Montebello, CA (2.4 mi.)
Monterey Park, CA (3.0 mi.)
Rosemead, CA (3.0 mi.)
El Monte, CA (3.7 mi.)
East San Gabriel, CA (3.8 mi.)
Pico Rivera, CA (3.8 mi.)
West Whittier-Los Nietos, CA (4.3 mi.)
San Gabriel, CA (4.3 mi.)

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  1. I had bad experience at the Doubletree hotel in rosemead ca I believe it was the 5th floor where my fiance had went outside, my 1yr old daughter was asleep and I was watching TV … I felt uncomfortable and felt like something was watching us…as soon as my fiance came back up from outside about 10mins later my daughter wakes up screaming I’ve never heard her cry like that ever till that night. We took her outside of the hotel and she stopped crying. The light on our floor was dim and weird and when you went to any other floor the lights were perfect and bright… every time we went back in she would scream so we went back up and packed our stuff and we left that was the worst terrifying night ever

  2. oh and not only that the look on my baby’s face as she was screaming looking around looked like she was terrified of whatever was in the room with us and as we were walking out of the room it felt like something was behind us

  3. Gerardo Morales  |  

    Yes I too stayed there recently and I felt like something was in the room with me…..and once I went to bed around 3ish I heard a loud knock on the table as if someone had dropped a hammer……I’m not trying to give the Hotel a negative review….The staff are very nice it’s a wonderful hotel to stay in…..But be aware that there might be something in your room other than mints on your pillow when you enter your room.

  4. I am YouTuber from Montebello california channel name is laloarana02 and ive been to that hotel and i saw the most terrifying thing i have seen. In the 3 floor i was alone with my friend we were in a tour around california and we saw a twisted ghoat figure in the back of the hall. We thought it was a kid or a worker then it charged at us and my friend start saying Latin words. so i went to my room 12 and i saw a small kid writing me a letter the disapering in thin air. ans after weeks later my friend past away. ill say i want to stay their for s full night by myself and talk to the thing that killed my friend.

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