Haunted Places in California (Ep. 3)



From massively spooky mansions whose aged halls are supposedly roamed by the ghosts of their former owners, to quant abodes harboring impressive histories and all manner of supernatural activity. Are you ready to explore our third list of some of the most chillingly haunted places in California?
Photos:

“Battery Point Lighthouse – Crescent City, California” by Doug Kerr ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

“Battery Point Lighthouse” by wikiphotographer ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

“Crescent City Lighthouse” by Warren LeMay ( is in the Public Domain

“Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park, Sacramento, California” by Ken Lund ( are licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

“Stanford Mansion – Sacramento, California” by TravelingOtter ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

“Stanford Mansion” by Larry Jacobsen ( are licensed under CC BY 2.0

“Preston Castle in Ione, California” by There is always more mystery ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

“2019-08-24 Preston Castle, Ione”, “2019-08-24 PRESTON CASTLE, IONE” by RIVA C.H. HSIEH ( are in the Public Domain

“Preston Castle 5” by Mark Miller ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

“171224 113 San Diego Old Town State Park, Mason St, La Casa de Estudillo Museum, garden workyard, Agave attenuata Foxtail Agave, “171224 115 San Diego Old Town State Park, Mason St, La Casa de Estudillo Museum, the 1829 adobe home is in the midst of a re-interpretative renovation” by cultivar413 ( are licensed under CC BY 2.0

“La Casa de Estudillo” by Mike Fitzpatrick ( are licensed under CC BY 2.0

“La Casa de Estudillo” by Kimberly Vardeman ( are licensed under CC BY 2.0

“Courtyard of La Casa de Estudillo” by eileenmak ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0

“Queen Mary. Long Beach.” by Bernard Spragg. NZ ( is in the Public Domain

“RMS Queen Mary. Long Beach, 19-3-2018” by Alan Wilson ( is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

“Long Beach from RMS Queen Mary” by L. Allen Brewer ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0

“Queen Mary Long Beach California”, “Queen Mary, Long Beach: Shopping Arcade”, “Decks of the Queen Mary, Long Beach” by Gary Bembridge ( are licensed under CC BY 2.0

“RMS Queen Mary” by David Jones ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0

“Long Beach and Queen MAry (1)” by Richard Bauer ( is licensed under CC BY 2.0

11 comments

  1. Aboard The Original Queen Mary the Working Class Gent in Bib Overalls or "Boilersuit" as the Brits call them sounds likely to be a "Boiler Fireman" or Engineer from the Old Days who just hasn't moved on for some reason or another. My Family were Railroadmen & Women from the Days of Steam Engines so I can definitely appreciate their equals who were Merchant Mariner's !

  2. My Grandparents Friend's were very successful "Indipendent Shoemakers" in Tracy, CA's Old Downtown while it was a Big Railroad Town. "Mr. Lawrence" learned his Trade while at Preston Castle as a young rabscallion. So a lot of Good did actually come out of Preston Cadtle just not Tragedy, Racism, & Classism. Gotta take the Bad & Good together "as always" !

  3. Wonder if "Governor Arnie" Schwarzenegger had any run ins with the "Big 4 Rail Baron" Leland Stanford when he was Govenor as he actually lived there instead of the Governor's Mansion. Maybe they enjoyed a Good Cigar together ?!

  4. I'm glad you didn't do the same haunted locations as all the other channels(except for the Queen Mary, but that's understandable!) It was nice to learn about some places I haven't seen before. As a Californian, I get tired of hearing about the Winchester Mansion (which I've been to many times and have never experienced anything-it feels like a museum to me!) The Cecil Hotel, the Sonoma Mission and Hotel Del Coronado!

  5. Little known fact about the 1964 Alaska earthquake. The tsunamis that rocked the Northwest that were mentioned in the video. Wiped out the community of Valdez Alaska. The site of the town was relocated to its current location.
    I actually visited the old townsite. The devastation was unbelievable

  6. Good morning, yes I’m watching scary stuff in the morning!
    I live right here in Northern California, and yeah there’s many spooky places!
    Although they’re beautiful!
    Have a great day everyone!

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