Try the bohemian grove sure it has security but you can sneak in their if you find a way it's in the forest where the worlds elite gather at night on a big alter with a big owl shape rock n make a ceremony called the cremation of care pretty spooky if you ask me
>>17254609 There's a bike trail that runs along the LA river from the valley down through Los Feliz then south. Take that trail south until it gets gated off. Go over the gate and keep heading south. Things start getting pretty spooky once you're in sight of downtown and the switch yard.
>>17255926 >Theres no black people in hp silly anon
So I thought, I'll check the Wiki to see the demographics there. Can anyone make sense of these numbers, it adds up to about 200%
Racial makeup of Huntington Park was 56,445 (97.1%) Hispanic or Latino, 29,776 (51.2%) White (1.6% Non-Hispanic White), 440 (0.8%) African American, 752 (1.3%) Native American, 393 (0.7%) Asian, 28 (0.0%) Pacific Islander, 24,535 (42.2%) from other races, and 2,190 (3.8%) from two or more races.
>>17254609 I've been waiting for someone to make a California spooky thread and it's dead af. Even the Ohio thread had more shit. -.- I say you give Turnbull Canyon a shot, go at night! It's freaky as hell!
>>17255983 This. Also, there was another website but God help me I can't remember what it was called, maybe someone can help. It was a list of all creepy locations by state and city. The L.A. portion was pretty extensive and had a lot of stuff.
As for what I know of the top of my head: There's the "haunted forest" in Pasadena which I hear is eerie as all fuck at night. Which isn't so far from "suicide bridge" also in Pas. Also something in the region called "devil's gate" which is some creepy/blocked dam or something like that. Lot of neat stuff in Pasadena.
Another good place that doesn't get much attention is Murphy Ranch in the rustic canyon; which was bought, design and maintained by incognito nazi's in ww2 and the case the reich won and they'd have a nice estate/compound. More interesting than anything else, but it does get weird as hell up there.
>>17255983 Anyone have any more info on that Moreno Valley ritual site? I was just there yesterday hiking. I could totally make a thready about it if someone gives me the site info. The website provided is all cryptic and shit.
>>17258345 Griffith park is a zoo/museum/golf course. No one dumps shit there, and the only thing spoopy about it is teenagers making dumb animal noises at eachother. Also never go to the horror camp out thing they do there. It's shit.
>>17262129 >Another good place that doesn't get much attention is Murphy Ranch in the rustic canyon; which was bought, design and maintained by incognito nazi's in ww2 and the case the reich won and they'd have a nice estate/compound. More interesting than anything else, but it does get weird as hell up there.
It's crowded as fuck now since more people have spread it around through social media.
And btw the haunted forest is regularly patrolled by cops and high school stoners.
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