There are numerous locations where the ghosts of celebrities have been known to haunt. In this article, you will learn of hotels that may offer a glimpse at more than one celebrity ghost, as well as other tourist attractions found throughout the intriguing destination of Hollywood and other parts of California.
Located on 7000 Hollywood Boulevard, the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is known to have two celebrity ghosts residing on the premises. During the same time that Montgomery Clift was rehearsing for his 1953 showing in From Here to Eternity, he also spent three months at this hotel. Numerous guests and employees claim to see his ghost haunting the ninth floor room 928. Sometimes he can be seen playing a trumpet, while other times he paces back and forth in the hallways, appearing to recite some of his own lines.
The hotel is also known for the bewitching presence of Marilyn Monroe. She was a frequent guest of the hotel, where she resided in Suite 1200, which is located close to the pool. Her ghost has been spotted numerous times in a full-length mirror that can be found on the lower level. It is hanging next to an elevator in this area.
Upon entering the Roosevelt’s Hotel Blossom Ballroom, there is a cold spot measuring around 30 inches that can be found within the area. It is a noticeable 10 degrees colder than the rest of the ballroom, which is also the same location where the first Academy Awards ceremony was held. It seems that a lot is happening when visiting this location.
Located on the southern end of the Long Beach Freeway, travelers will encounter the largest passenger ship ever created. The corridors of the Queen Mary showcase the photographs of well-known Hollywood headliners, all of which have crossed the Atlantic aboard this vessel. It is said there is an unknown ghost that haunts the hallways, as well as the lower areas of the Queen Mary. This site can be visited in Long Beach, which now provides an interesting tourist stop.
The ghost of the actor, who played the first Mr. Belvedere, Clifton Webb, can be spotted within the Abbey of the Psalms mausoleum, located at the Hollywood Memorial Park Cemetery. This is also where his remains can be found. This cemetery can also be located next to the Paramount Studios in Hollywood. His body now rests inside a large mausoleum within a hallway that is referred to as the Sanctuary of Peace. While some have claimed to see the ghost of Clifton Webb throughout the cemetery, others believe to have spotted his ghost at his former Beverly Hills home, which is located at 1005 Rexford Drive.
How many people can say that they reside in a home that was made famous by a television sitcom family? The former Ozzie and Harriet Nelson house can be located at 1822 Camino Palmero, in the Hollywood area. The current owners of the home have reported unusual activity occurring on the premises. This is also the same house that was featured on The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet.