Amazing places to visit || Ogden Valley, Utah and Newfoundland, Canada

Amazing places to visit || Ogden Valley, Utah and Newfoundland, Canada
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At the months of September – October the beauty of this places reach its peak..This is the best time to visit Ogden Valley, Utah and Newfoundland, Canada.

Grand Circle Travel Guide DVD Intro (Utah's National Parks)

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An introduction to SynergyMedia’s new Blu-ray /DVD travel guide release ($19.95). The documentary was produced for those planning to tour the sights of Utah …

Haunted Places in California 2

Haunted Places in California 2
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from haunted old hospitals whose halls are filled with the dead to lighthouses you should avoid for more than just the shoreline it's not the first time we've looked at the Golden State and all it has to offer which is by the speakeasy is bringing you our picks for the most haunted places in California part two starting with number 10 the Amargosa Opera House and hotel the Amargosa Opera House and Hotel in Death Valley Junction were originally constructed from 1923 to 1925 and have served for movies plays as a community center for church services funerals and more staff and guests throughout the years have reported inexplicable cold spots shadowy figures throughout the halls and the feeling of being watched while alone activity is said to get strongest at night and is partially thought to be the work of the many lost souls of those who perished trying to cross Death Valley number 9 the Glen tavern in the Glen tavern Inn in Santa Paula was built in 1911 and is a perfect stop for the night to any who loved the supernatural Staffing guests report EMF spikes the piano playing itself and full-bodied apparitions rounding corners or leaving rooms if you stay here keep an eye on your valuables things have been known to go missing for a day even weeks before turning back up exactly where it was sitting when it disappeared local legend states the most haunted room here is 307 which is usually booked months in advance number 8 the Robert Louis Stevenson house the Robert Louis Stevenson house and Monterey was built in the 1830s and was named after Robert Louis Stevenson who stayed here at one point the original owner was manway ledger arden her family got sick with typhoid fever and Manuela ever the devoted wife took care of her husband until he passed and grandchildren until she passed never learning the kids recovered her spirit is believed to remain causing rocking chairs to move on their own the smell of disinfectant and lights turning on and off on their own she has appeared to several as a in a black dress especially in the nursery and usually vanishes within seconds number seven the Leland Stanford mansion the Leland Stanford mansion in Sacramento was built in 1857 and is the first location we've chosen that isn't believed to be currently haunted as the story goes leland stanford senior the original owner of the mansion tried for years to have a child with his wife they were finally blessed with a son but tragically lost him at the young age of 15 Leland senior went into a deep depression until one night at midnight Leland juniors ghost appeared to his grieving father telling him to give what he would have given his son in life to the children of California instead this prompted Leland senior to found a new University which he named Stanford after his beloved son number six the Linda Vista Community Hospital the Linda Vista Community Hospital in Los Angeles was originally known as the Santa Fe Railroad Hospital and was built in 1905 this one is famous on more than just a local level spooking its way onto several major national haunted location lists visitors and researchers report ghostly footsteps the torso of a man that appears in startles any who cross its path and translucent patients and orderlies seemingly unaware of the living around them also reported our disembodied screams faces and reflections and wheelchairs moving as if someone or something invisible is sitting in them number five Battery Point Lighthouse the Battery Point lighthouse in Crescent City it was built in 1856 and has stood through several major storms that resulted in fatalities it's rumored to be haunted by three distinct presences two adults and one child when the adults are around visitors report feeling uncomfortable and unwelcomed cold spots can be felt and objects have been known to move on their own the child however is considered harmless even friendly playing pranks on those who cross his path also reported our shadow figures strange winds and the feeling of being carefully watched number four Preston castle Preston Castle also known as the Preston school of industry and I own was built in 1890 and has been the scene of a surprising number of grisly deaths throughout history a burglar named Samuel Goines was killed trying to escape to this day his spirit can be seen trying to make his Great Escape Anna Corbin a housekeeper was beaten to death by one of the students her body found in the basement days later she likes to appear suddenly startling those around all in all 16 boys were lost to disease they are known to be extremely malevolent and can be seen watching visitors from dark rooms accompanied by the sounds of little giggles and whispers number three casa de a studio casa de as studio in san diego was built in 1829 by captain jose maria de s studio he lived there for one short year before passing away his full-bodied apparition can be seen in various places enjoying the beautiful abode he didn't get to in life captain s studio isn't the only ghost here however as the spirit of a silent monk has been cited on multiple occasions not much is known about him but it's generally accepted that he is friendly also reported are shadow figures strange fogs and otherworldly red lights coming from the bedrooms at night number two the Queen Mary the RMS Queen Mary in Long Beach was built in 1934 and has been the scene of some shocking fatalities a male presence is believed to haunt the entirety of the ship and is usually seen at night rounding corners he's believed to be a passenger murdered at sea the pool is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a little boy reports of cold spots children's laughter and tiny wet footprints around the area are almost common one sailor was crushed to death near door 13 and his cries can still be heard occasionally in the same area room B 340 is one of the most haunted areas on the ship spilling into the nearby hallway where lights flicker orbs are constantly caught in photos and it's almost consistently abnormally cold number one the Winchester Mystery House construction of the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose started in 1884 from an incomplete farmhouse and has been infamous as both one of the most haunted houses in the US and one of the most fascinating after the death of William Winchester of Winchester Repeating Arms Sarah his wife went into a deep depression eventually consulting a psychic the fortune-teller foretold that Sarah would be haunted by all of the souls lost at the hands of Winchester Repeating firearms and in order to avoid her fate she should construct a house and never stopped building construction on the house continued until the day of Sarah's death in 1922 almost 40 years later the house is massive the layout bizarre with hallways leading to nowhere doors opening to three-story drops and stairways that ascend straight into the ceiling this odd design was intended to confuse the ever persistent spirits and yes the place is actually very haunted staff and guests have reported several notable entities including a construction worker who died on the job and a mysterious man in a suit also reported are many full-bodied apparitions bearing gunshot wounds wearing clothing from different eras objects moving on their own even floating and phantom wisps of smoke throughout the halls the basement is said to hold a negative energy that has even been responsible for leaving marks on those who cross its path while several unknown entities have appeared suddenly in mirrors and other reflections startling those nearby multiple investigations have been performed here most of which have yielded disturbing EVPs exceedingly high EMF levels and strange images showing up later in photographs the ghost of Sarah herself has also been sighted here you in the hallway with a candle holder and I several have also watched as the impression of a woman's body formed before them on her neatly made bed with the overwhelming number of reports stemming from this legendary house and the severity ranging up to physical contact it's no wonder we chose the Winchester Mystery House as our pick for the most haunted place in California there you have it those were our picks for the most haunted places in California if you enjoyed this video don't forget to subscribe to our channel click the like button down below and share it with all of your friends there's plenty more to come until next time



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From Fresno to Sacramento, Long Beach to Oakland, The Golden State is full of terrifying haunted schools, parks, graveyards, and much more! Which is why The Speakeasy is bringing you our list of the top 10 haunted places in California! Enjoy!

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