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Witnesses have reported that, appropriately enough, a prankster ghost haunts this building. Employees have stacked roomfuls of chairs away only to find that, seconds later, they were all set up again. A dark entity also is said to reside in the basement. Comedians Blake Clark and Joey Gaynor have reportedly witnessed the haunting.

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    8433 West Sunset Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA
    United States

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    34.095067826605785, -118.37404128836062
    Los Angeles County, California
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    1. I was given a personal tour of the building and shown rooms and performance areas where “things” have happened — including a waiting area/side-room where comedians have been known to couch-surf. One wall is floor-to-ceiling mirrored. I was told by my guide that another apparition is the appearance of a “face” that floats in the mirror. No question: the place doesn’t “feel right.” Before knowing these stories, the place feels unhappy and wrong. Not so much malevolent…as much as wrong and sad.

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