San Francisco June 30, 2017
We Checked Out The 10 Most Terrifying Places In San Francisco And They’re Horrifying
This post may frighten you, but there are places in the city that are terrifying. Why? Because there are haunted and horrifying places that will make you nervous or even excited. Even though it is summer, these terrifying and haunted places in San Francisco still manage to be eerie. Check out these terrifyingly haunted spots around Fog City.
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1. Haskell House
This haunted house is located near the corner of Franklin Street and McDowell Avenue in Fort Mason. There have been many claims at the Haskell House pf reported ghosts. The tragic tale here is frightening and quite eerie.
Learn more about the Haskell House
2. Buena Vista Park
Buena Vista Park in the Haight-Ashbury area of San Francisco is full of some creepy surprises. This haunted hike features great views of the city in San Francisco’s oldest park. Beware because there are even more tombstones you may not recognize all over this park.
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3. Haight Street
Haight Street is San Francisco’s most haunted street after dark. According to the president of the San Francisco Ghost Society, Haight-Ashbury has housed many dark and sinister secrets.
Learn more about Haight Street
5. Alcatraz Prison
The federal prison on Alcatraz Island, located in the middle of the chilly waters of California’s San Francisco Bay, housed some of America’s most dangerous felons during its years of operation from 1934 to 1963. The haunted stories here are numerous.
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6. The Palace Hotel
San Francisco’s oldest hotel has an illustrious, haunted, and colorful past. The haunted history at The Palace Hotel is so extensive that there is even a tour, so this place is filled with haunted history.
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7. Sutro Baths Tunnel
At Sutro Baths, the former largest indoor swimming establishment in the world, and now reduced to eerie ruins. The tunnel that lies directly to the right of the old sunken building at Sutro Baths is reputedly haunted.
Learn more about the Sutro Baths Tunnel
8. Mission Dolores Cemetery
Many unsettled ghosts haunt this cemetery because numerous interments were removed and relocated to make way for road construction and growth. Paranormal activity has been detected in places where spirits have been forgotten, and now where kids play.
Learn more about the Mission Dolores Cemetery
9. Cameron House
There is a haunted house in the city related to that history of immigration in Chinatown. The sad and sordid history of exploitation, crimes, and more permeate here.
Learn more about the Cameron House
10. Presidio Pet Cemetery
Have you been to any of these places? Let us know. Share this story too! If you’re curious about taking a trip with a theme then check out
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