Plum Tree Inn

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One former owner was murdered here Halloween night of 1974 and another victim was forced to dig his own grave. Some believe that the property itself is cursed and others have reported seeing one of the former employees here long after his death.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

913 N Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90012
United States

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34.0644161, -118.23759000000001
Los Angeles County, California
Nearest Towns:
Los Angeles, CA (0.9 mi.)
Boyle Heights, CA (2.8 mi.)
Vernon, CA (4.2 mi.)
Belvedere, CA (4.2 mi.)
East Los Angeles, CA (4.7 mi.)
Glendale, CA (5.5 mi.)
Hollywood, CA (5.6 mi.)
Huntington Park, CA (5.8 mi.)
South Pasadena, CA (6.1 mi.)
Maywood, CA (6.1 mi.)


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