San Diego Ghosts Blog

Hotel Del Coronado

Posted on January 27, 2020

Ah, yes, the Hotel del Coronado. Boy, does it have a story to tell. This “hotel of the crowned” is aptly named, as guests can today expect to spend anywhere from $600 to $3500 a night for any of i... Read More

Horton Grand Hotel

Posted on January 24, 2020

Built back in 1887 by architects Comstock & Trotsche, the original Grand Horton hotel was part of a building boom that followed after San Diego opened their first transcontinental railroad connect... Read More

El Campo Santo Cemetery

Posted on January 21, 2020

At only half an acre in total size, El Campo Santo, or the holy field, is one of the smallest cemeteries you’ll find in California. About the size of a small gas station parking lot, it is comprised... Read More

Cosmopolitan Hotel

Posted on January 18, 2020

Built in 1827 and 1829, the Cosmopolitan Hotel was originally designed to be a home for Don Juan Bandini, a cattle rancher with a colorful past. Bandini was said to exemplify Mexi-Cali culture from th... Read More

Berkeley Steam Ferry

Posted on January 15, 2020

When you hear about haunted boats, the Titanic is probably what springs to most folks’ minds. While they both struck objects during voyage and saw death aboard their respective vessels, any similari... Read More

Top 10 Most Haunted Places in San Diego

Posted on September 2, 2019

San Diego is a city the home of more than one million people. Before that, it was one of the oldest colonies in North America founded in 1542 by the Spanish explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. This set ... Read More