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Who you gonna call? Even skeptics can enjoy these local haunted haunts, where visitors have a hard time explaining icy patches of air, floating figures and mysterious noises.
Updated: September 17, 2004
Legend has it that this historic, elegant hotel was once a brothel, and the Madame still holds court in Room 33.
The apparitions of baseball players wander the aisles of this supermarket, located on the site of the old Seals Stadium.
Famed playwright Lillian Hellman is allegedly the mischievous ghost who haunts room 207.
Piano player Lester tickled the ivories during the Roaring '20s; since then, staff has reported hearing piano tunes in the empty lounge.
In the '30s, a ticket-taker was killed in a botched robbery. Ever since, patrons report seeing his reflection in the large entry mirror.
Legend has it that spirits of former inmates still occupy this famous jail.
Teacher Mary Lake is said to permanently haunt room 410 at this former school for girls.
This restaurant and former speakeasy may play up its haunted reputation, but the bloody lady in blue is supposedly genuine.