• California High-Desert hauntings4

    • November 1, 2008

    Apple Valley resident, Debbie Hoffman, stands near the front window of her home where she claims she once saw the image of a man stnading there when she returned from the store. The Hoffman family believes their house haunted by the original owner. APPLE VALLEY • When an Apple Valley couple set up a camera

  • Seeing Things: Ghostly photographs come back4

    • October 2, 2008

    Coming back for the second time, the “Seeing things” exhibit is being featured at the Drkrm Gallery. You might remember the post GhostTheory did awhile back about this excellent exhibit. Click here to read it. You might also remember the interview we did with John Matkowsky, owner of the home where the polaroids were taken.

  • “The Entity” haunting: The true story of Doris Bither

    “The Entity” haunting: The true story of Doris Bither451

    • September 21, 2008

      *Note:  Click here for A more recent article written by Dr. Barry Taff & Xavier Ortega:  ‘The real Entity case‘   The following article is unedited and outdated. Click above for a more recent story. The investigation on August 22, 1974, in Culver City California was to be like any other one Dr. Barry

  • Phone calls from a dead Metrolink train crash victim?51

    • September 18, 2008

    Los Angeles Metrolink crash of September 2008 This month’s horrible Metrolink train crash brought upon a dark mood to Angelinos. From the country’s economic uncertainties, to the dim light of hope with the elections coming up, us Angelinos felt as if things could not get any worse. The Daily Breeze has this interesting story on

  • Alexandria Hotel – Haunted Los Angeles93

    • April 15, 2008

    The Alexandria hotel is situated in downtown Los Angeles. Opened in 1906, it was one of the most socially active restaurant and hotel in it’s time. Serving the hollywood, political and social elite like Winston Churchill, Enrico Caruso, King Edward VIII and American presidents like Taft, Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt. Charlie Chaplin used to frequent

  • Los Angeles, city of (roaming) angels.17

    • April 7, 2008

    Los Angeles, the so-called “City of Angels”. It’s a chilled and cloudy April evening here in noisy downtown Los Angeles. Traffic, pedestrians and residents all run through these few miles of one-way mazes across such a vast demographic. 5 blocks away from me is the mega Nokia theatre and 2 blocks away is the infamous

  • Polaroids of the Dead – Los Angeles, CA

    Polaroids of the Dead – Los Angeles, CA56

    • April 1, 2008

    One of the most fascinating cases I’ve read and studied was about the “polaroid writing entity” in a quaint, cozy home in the outskirts of Downtown Los Angeles.Mt. Washington is a district in the northeast of Los Angeles. About a 10-15 minute drive from where I currently reside in downtown Los Angeles. For John Matkowsky,

  • Hyde Park, Ca. Haunting – by Dr. Barry Taff0

    • March 26, 2008

    One of the most fascinating cases in my files turned up in the Hyde Park district near Inglewood during the summer of 1970. It was the first case where I encountered direct malevolent phenomena. The case actually began months earlier when the two elderly occupants of the house, a retired husband and wife, Dompu and

  • Monterrey Park Haunting- by Dr. Barry Taff0

    • March 26, 2008

    In the spring of 1974 another case turned up from the home of Salvador Delgado in Monterey Park. Initially, it appeared to be haunted by the presence of the family’s deceased daughter, Yolanda, who along with her expectant child had died under mysterious circumstances during labor. The family situation within the house was unique for