Take A Ghost Walk Down San Francisco’s Corpse Roads In Northern California, Then Dine At The Haunted Curio Restaurant
It’s an understatement to say that San Francisco has a long, complex history. Between territorial disputes in its Gold Rush years to earthquakes, fires, and even plagues, the city has been ravaged countless times over the centuries – leaving countless paranormal scars beneath its vibrant, colorful surface. It’s no wonder that California’s “Golden City” has gained such a haunted reputation!
Numerous official ghost tours can be taken year-round to get up close and personal with San Francisco’s paranormal underbelly – specifically its haunted mansions, eerie underground, and spooky cemeteries. Today, we have a haunted adventure to share in a unique segment of the city that doesn’t get as much attention as its supernaturally-charged Chinatown and Victorian counterparts. For a deep dive into the world of historic ghosts with a side of haunted eats, check out the Curio and San Francisco’s historic Mission District “corpse roads.”
Together, these overlooked stops from San Francisco’s past are a mere snippet of the history that fills our Golden City. But whether you visit for the spooks, the scene, or the tasty cuisine, you’re sure to learn something new and find more reasons to come back! And if you happen to see something… unusual… along the way, we’d love to hear about it.
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