(Haunted) Haunted Attraction: Griffith Park Ghost Train

by on Sep.11, 2012, under From the Web

Reposted from Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles | Go to Original Post




GHOULA only posts info about “Haunted Attractions” (as in attractions with a haunted/scary theme) when they occupy an actual local haunted location. Unfortunately, these attractions never capitalize on their built-in super-natural folklore. For more info on local Haunted Attractions, please visit our friends at CreepyLA.com.

Note: This event is not hosted by GHOULA. This is just a local (ghost related) event that exists independently that GHOULA wants its members to know about. As such, guides, volunteers, docents and/or staff at this event may not wish to discuss this landmark’s haunted history.

Where: Griffith Park (The Live Steamers)
5202 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles(map)

2012 Event Dates: October (check their website)

Admission: $8.00 (suggested donation)

(For more info about this local attraction…)



GHOST(S):
The ghosts said to haunt this cursed city park are numerous. From men on horseback to women dressed in white. It is said that these are the oldest ghost stories in Los Angeles with sighting dating back to the 1800’s. And even today, it is said that there are so many sightings still, that the ranger’s office has a special form just for ghostly encounters.


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