While it was still a restaurant, several people died inside of this premise. The bar was the most active area, where a murdered woman and an elderly couple were known to hang out. A former manager who died only days before a paranormal investigation was also reported to have an energy there. Former employees used to feel weird about doing closing shifts because of the apprehensive presence they felt. Bottles would smash themselves, lights would flicker, doors would close by themselves, and some people would even have their name called out by an unseen figure.
(Submitted by Chris Berglund)
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- 9740 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90035
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- 34.0542334, -118.40068359999998
- Los Angeles County, California
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