San Francisco March 04, 2017
Stay Away From San Francisco’s Most Haunted Street After Dark Or You May Be Sorry
San Francisco has a short yet thrilling history filled with intrigue and mystery. In fact, there is a street in a popular and historical part of the city filled with creepy stories and even a haunted walking tour!
Haight Street is San Francisco’s most haunted street after dark. Why? The reasons are plentiful, and better yet there is a Haunted Haight Walking Tour! Haight Street is an internationally known, legendary destination with a lot more intrigue than meets the eye. Let’s learn more about 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. In fact, the nickname "The Haight’ became known as ‘The Hate,’ because of the endless tragedies in this area.
The reason Haight Ashbury, in particular Haight Street, is haunted is because of the violence and murder over many decades.
The Haight is so mysterious and sinister that there is a Haunted Haight Walking Tour. This is a paranormal ghost walking tour that uncovers the paranormal history of Haight Street and the neighborhood.
If you decide to do the Haight Street Walking Tour, you'll see former homes of Charles Manson, Jim Jones, and Janis Joplin with haunted happenings.
Walking around Haight Street you'll notice the beautiful homes. A row of Victorians designed by architect, Robert Cranston, have been the sites of documented hauntings.
Furthermore, some popular establishments, like Trax, on Haight Street are haunted. The ghost of a mysterious customer who wanders around keeping an eye on everything. Creepy!
Buena Vista, located on Haight Street, is the city's oldest park with a haunted past too. There are Gold Rush-era tombstones, and some say spirits that have frightened hikers. People have claimed to feel of someone’s presence within their vicinity while hiking.
You'll never think of Haight Ashbury in the same way. The beautiful Victorians, businesses, and even parks hold tales of murder. For example, the killing of legend Buck Naked has a haunting backstory, or the story of infamous figures of the past like Jim Jones in the area. Beware!
Have you ever felt spooked on Haight Street after dark? Or perhaps another part of San Francisco has given you the creeps. Let us know your opinions, and please share this too! If you’re curious about mysterious occurrences then check out
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