Haunted Places in Morro Bay, California



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    Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa

    San Luis Obispo, California

    12 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    There have been numerous brutal deaths in the history of this land, including massacres, accidents, and murders. A woman who was decapitated by a Native American tribe is said to be seen looking for her head and her lost baby. The Reed Family was viciously murdered by an axe in ...


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    Paso Robles Inn

    Paso Robles, California

    20 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Room 1007 apparently has a ghost that likes to call the front desk and occasionally 911. Numerous people have reported unexplained phone calls coming from that room. Maintenance has not found a likely technical reason for the event. Some attribute the ghostly calls to a former employee ...


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    Adelaida Cemetery

    Paso Robles, California

    20.1 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    At Adelaida Cemetery, locals say its ghostly inhabitants may swipe your car keys. It is said to be haunted by Charlotte Sitton, a minister's wife who committed suicide at age 19 in December 1890. She visits late Friday nights in a white nightgown to lay flowers on the grave of ...


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    Victorian Pitkin Conrow Estate

    Arroyo Grande, California

    23.5 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Now strictly a wedding venue, this site was formerly the Crystal Rose Inn and the Rose Victorian Inn. The ghost of a 9-year-old girl named Alice haunts the tower; you may see her or hear her laughter. Alice is said to be a friendly spirit who loves cats, many of ...


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    Mission San Miguel Arcángel

    San Miguel, California

    27.5 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    According to legend, Mr. Reed bragged about having a hidden stash of gold underneath the mission. It was a fatal mistake, as British pirates killed the Reeds and others who were staying there to get at the gold. Their ghosts are said to linger here.


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    Far Western Tavern

    Guadalupe, California

    31.5 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Rumored to no longer be in existence at this site, the old Far West Tavern was said to be haunted. Witnesses have heard the sound of footsteps with a peg-leg, said to be the ghost of a 1930s-era guest named Mr. Franconeti. According to the story, the man lost his ...


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    Santa Maria Inn

    Santa Maria, California

    37.4 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Once a major stopping over spot for celebrities on their way in and out of California, the Santa Maria Inn's main attraction is its former star power. However, some people claim that rooms 210 and 221 are both haunted by the ghosts of former residents. Haunted activity ...


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    Mission San Antonio De Padua

    Jolon, California

    50.2 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Mission San Antonio De Padua was built in 1771 and is believed to be haunted by many ghosts. One is a monk whose apparition holds a candle and walks in the courtyard; another is a 7-year-old girl with cancer who got permission to be buried under the Mission's arch (her ...


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    La Purisima Mission

    Lompoc, California

    53.9 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Visitors to this mission may catch a glimpse of the spirits of the Chumash Indians and Spanish soldiers who died during the 1820s Chumash uprising. The mission has been featured on TV's Ghost Adventures.


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    Lompoc Furniture Mart

    Lompoc, California

    55 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    This building was formerly the town morgue, and the apparition of a woman in period clothing has been seen walking around the upper floor of the building. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Pea Soup Andersens

    Buellton, California

    63.9 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    One of the former owners, Juliette Andersen, is thought to be here. She is said to move furniture around, play with lights, and shut doors. A family who all died nearby are also said to be here in the afterlife. (Submitted by Chris Berglund)


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    Los Coches Adobe

    Soledad, California

    76.4 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Here you may see a ghostly lady in black walking the grounds, and hear the screams of trapped miners coming from the old well.


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    Point Sur Lighthouse

    Monterey, California

    87.5 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    This lighthouse, which has been featured on the TV show Ghost Adventures, is said to be haunted by many victims of shipwrecks that have occurred off the coast over the years.


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    Mission Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara, California

    90.8 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Mission Santa Barbara, established in 1786, has a graveyard that is the burial site of over 5,000 pioneers and Native Americans. Various apparitions have been seen roaming here.


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    Blue Sky Lodge

    Carmel Valley, California

    91.2 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Guests in the upper suites have said the rooms get very cold at night and they describe a feeling of uneasiness in the master bedrooms.


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    Chualar Road

    Salinas, California

    91.5 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    At the end of Chualar Road at night, some say a ghostly woman walks along the roadside. She disappears as you drive past her. A report by a motorcyclist said he was thrown off the bike by something unseen, blacked out, and awoke to see a woman with black hair ...


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    Hyatt Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara, California

    93.6 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    As an employee, I have witnessed many supernatural things. Whether it be footsteps or a gray shadow in the corner of my eye, there has been an occurrence every week or so for me. Around the times of 2:45-4:00 A.M, our security cameras have picked up motion sensor detection in ...


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    Calvary Cemetery

    Hanford, California

    93.7 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    At Calvary Cemetery, legend has it that an apparition of an elderly lady appears in a white dress, and a certain mausoleum opens itself up every Friday night.


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    Bastille

    Hanford, California

    94.7 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    The Bastille, circa 1897, was a prison until 1964 when the old ceiling caved in. More recently it contained restaurants and night clubs, and, according to rumor, a few haunts. At restaurant kitchens, pots and pans would move on their own, and employees often described a heavy presence or a ...


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    Hanford Civic Auditorium

    Hanford, California

    94.7 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Built in 1924, this historic hall is said to be haunted by a few ghosts. Apparitions have been witnessed, including one man dressed in a 1940s suit and another who appears on the balcony as if watching a show. He applauds, then vanishes. And if you visit the men's restroom, ...


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    Irwin Street Inn

    Hanford, California

    94.7 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    The former inn, now a restaurant, is said to be visited by at least three ghosts. Witnesses report apparitions in the dining room and on the second floor as well as slamming windows, moving bedsheets and lamps that come on and off.


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    Old Stage Road

    Salinas, California

    99.6 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Old Stage Road is the center of a local legend about a woman who was walking along the road and was raped and decapitated by a man who stopped to offer her a ride. Her apparition is said to walk along the road holding her head.


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    Carmel Mission

    Carmel, California

    100.9 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    The mission was built directly adjacent to an ancient American Indian burial ground. There are several ghosts haunting the mission, including the ghost of a dog that is heard but not seen. The ghost of one of the of the original founder's Father Serra can be seen walking around with ...


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    Tor House and Hawk Tower

    Carmel, California

    101.3 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Robinson Jeffers, poet and builder of the granite house and tower, is said to linger here. The site was featured on the TV show Ghost Adventures. The Tor House is open for tours by appointment on Fridays and Saturdays, but photos may be taken only once a year, at the ...


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    La Playa Carmel

    Carmel, California

    101.7 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Alleged to be haunted either by the ghost of a family member who drowned in the bay or by one of the original mistresses. It is not known precisely who the ghost is but many claim to see her and feel her presence.


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    Hotel Del Monte - Herrmann Hall

    Monterey, California

    102.6 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Hotel Del Monte was a luxury resort hotel from 1880 until 1942, when it was leased to the Navy to be used as a school to train electronic technicians during World War II. After the war, the building became the Naval Postgraduate School, the main building of which is called ...


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    Cathedral of San Carlos Borromeo

    Monterey, California

    103 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    The Cathedral of San Carlos Borromeo, originally built in 1770, has been in operation for more than two centuries, but as legend has it, it wasn't haunted until the 1920s. According to witnesses, the Royal Presidio Chapel is home to some spirits: A priest's apparition has been seen, lighted candles ...


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    Stevenson House

    Monterey, California

    103.2 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Stevenson House museum was an 1800s boarding house where author Robert Louis Stevenson once stayed (and it's now named for him). It is believed to be haunted by Manuela Giradin, who owned and ran the establishment. In 1879, Manuela's husband died of typhoid fever, and her two grandchildren came down ...


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    Restaurant 1833 - Stoke's Adobe

    Monterey, California

    103.2 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Formerly Stokes Adobe and now Restaurant 1833, the adobe structure built by the Mexicans in the 1830s is said to be haunted. Said to happen in the early morning hours, footsteps walk through the upstairs when no one is there, and a child's cries ring out from the same area. ...


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    Colton Hall

    Monterey, California

    103.3 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Colton Hall, built by Navy Chaplain Walter Colton (later a mayor and a judge), was the first public building constructed under the American flag. It was the site of the 1849 California Constitutional Convention as well as an execution spot: Convicted criminals were hanged from the second-floor porch balcony. Perhaps ...


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    Kearney Mansion

    Fresno, California

    107.3 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    The mansion and the nearby railroad tracks are said to be haunted. The Kearney Witch is said to show up if you cross the tracks at night, wearing all white and begging cars to stop. And at Kearney Park, the laughter of children has been heard at 1:30 a.m.


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    Meux Home Museum

    Fresno, California

    112.1 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Built around 1890, the Victorian Meux Home of Dr. Thomas Meux and his family is rumored to be haunted. Now a museum, the home is the setting for stories locals tell of children's ghostly laughter coming from the upstairs and doorknobs going missing on several of the doors overnight.


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    Del Rey Cemetery - Prairie Cemetery

    Del Rey, California

    113.2 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    Shadowed figures, whispering voices, and a strange glowing headstone are among the mysterious things you may experience here.


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    Wolfe Manor

    Clovis, California

    118.2 miles from Morro Bay, CA

    The historic Wolfe Manor, later known as Clovis Avenue Sanitarium, was built as a private residence in 1922. In 1935 it became the Hazelwood Sanitarium for treating those with terminal illnesses such as tuberculosis. In 1942 it became Clovis Avenue Sanitarium, treating those with mental illness, and there, reports say, ...


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