Creepy Abandoned Haunted Hospital: Soon to House Senior Citizens [70 PICS, 5 Vids]

May 19th, 2012 Permalink

How do you tell grandma or grandpa that you love them? Certainly not by putting them in a formerly abandoned and haunted hospital! Facepalm, you’ve got to be kidding me? That is just so wrong in so many different ways! The six-story Linda Vista Community Hospital, which has been abandoned since 1991, is an infamous Hollywood favorite for filming super scary movies. It also has a notorious reputation for all kinds of paranormal phenomena. After some serious renovations, the supposedly haunted hospital will be revamped into about 100 single-bedroom ‘affordable housing’ apartments — Linda Vista Senior Apartments. Do you still dispute it’s haunted after viewing the 70 photos and 5 paranormal investigation videos as ‘proof’? Even skeptics, would you want your grandma to live anywhere within the top 5 floors of these future senior living apartments? About 42% of the U.S. population admits to believing in ghosts and the decaying and creepy hospital is a hotspot for urban explorers, paranormal investigators and the curious in Los Angeles. And then there’s all those animal sacrifices and allegedly satanic rituals which leave some people asking does the devil live inside Linda Vista Hospital?

While HDR sparked epic complaints on the illegal Six Flags tour, it is an art that we especially appreciate when it comes to enhancing extremely eerie, abandoned places . . . especially ‘haunted hospitals.’ If you’d rather see an abandoned place without HDR, here is Nara Dreamland, a derelict knock-off Disneyland in Japan. Otherwise, photographers, paranormal investigators and urban explorers take us on an urbex tour of this creepy ‘haunted’ hospital. Welcome to Linda Vista, future housing for grandpa and grandma. [70 photos and 5 paranormal investigation videos]

Ray of light in the former maternity ward, abandoned Linda Vista Community Hospital

Dear “low income” senior citizen of Los Angeles, to reward you for all your struggles in life, Hollywood’s most beloved haunted hospital filming location is being refurbished so you can live there. The creepy idea is the facepalm of the day! The 88 year old hospital has been abandoned for 21 years. It’s supposedly and “scientifically” proven to be haunted. Here you see a ray of light in the former maternity ward of abandoned and eerie Linda Vista Community Hospital. Photo #1 by Neil Kremer

Railroad Hospital aka Linda Vista in LA, abandoned in 1991, reportedly haunted and soon to be converted into a senior citizens' home

Railroad Hospital aka Linda Vista in LA, abandoned in 1991, is reportedly documented as a place with paranormal phenomena, and it’s the future home for grandma and grandpa. The original 150-bed hospital called ‘Santa Fe Railroad Hospital’ was built for railroad employees and opened in 1904. To provide patients with the best and freshest food, the complex kept cows for milk, butter and beef, and kept chickens for eggs and poultry, and even had a huge garden for fresh vegetables. In 1924, the hospital was razed and rebuilt. In 1937, it was renamed the Linda Vista Community Hospital. In 2013, AMCAL plans to reopen it as “affordable housing” for seniors. Photo #2 by Neil Kremer


Abandoned Linda Vista Hospital where ghosts walk the corridors

While re-purpose, re-use, refurbish are all ideas we support, is it really a grand idea to house grandparents where ghosts walk the corridors? You’ve got to be kidding, we thought, about putting seniors on “limited income” here to live. It’s not a friendly place, as you can hear in this EVP example caught by the Los Angeles Paranormal Association which claims a growling, angry voice said to “leave!” Photo #3 by Jess Gutierrez

During a paranormal investigation of haunted and abandoned Linda Vista Community Hospital

This shot was taken during a paranormal investigation of Linda Vista Community Hospital. The photographer wrote, “I was experimenting with a green laser during this investigation. Since you can see the length of the beam with the unaided eye, I thought it would indicate areas of different densities. I’m told now that lasers drive spirits away. Hmmm, I wonder how the Van Pattens figured that out. For that matter, my green laser is a perfect elephant repellent as well.” Maybe complimentary lasers should be handed out to seniors upon moving in? Photo #4 by Grendl

creeped out photographer said Open wide, it's a haunted dentist chair at abandoned Linda Vista

“Open wide,” it’s a haunted dentist chair. The photographer wrote, “I must admit, this is when I started getting creeped out.” Photo #5 by Neil Kremer

Boiler room at haunted Linda Vista, an abandoned hospital to be a senior living center

The boiler room should bring to mind the original A Nightmare On Elm Street. This derelict LA hospital is infamous for many reasons and is where parts of movies like Outbreak, End of Days, Day of the Dead 2: Contagium, Pearl Harbor, To Live and Die In L.A. and Suicide Kings were filmed. There were many more movies, documentaries and TV shows shot here like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the pilot episode of ER. Photo #6 by Neil Kremer

Abandoned Linda Vista Hospital Haunted Coins

‘Haunted Coins’ glow on the floor. The photographer wrote, “I swear those two glowing coins on the floor where not there when I took these photos or when I started processing them. Wow, maybe I’m too tired but this is getting weird.” Photo #7 by Neil Kremer

Abandoned Linda Vista -- Another room in the haunted hospital. This is where they disciplined the bad ones

‘This is where they disciplined the bad ones,’ wrote the photographer. “By the 1970s and ’80s, the gangs of East LA sent a steady stream of gunshot wounds and stabbings through Linda Vista’s ER doors. The neighborhood was getting worse, as was the survival rate of patients admitted.” The Travel Channel Ghost Adventures filed Linda Vista under “haunted Los Angeles.” Most patients were uninsured, so the hospital stopped allowing ambulances to drop off patients at their ER in 1988. “In 1991 the last patient checked out of Linda Vista. While most believe the hospital closed due to lack of funds, there are stories circulating that the hospital’s unusually high death rate was due to mistreatment and abuse.” Photo #8 by Neil Kremer

Old tubes of blood and 30 year old medical records in that cabinet at haunted Linda Vista Community Hospital

According to the photographer, that filing cabinet was full of old tubes of blood and 30 year old medical records. Photo #9 by Neil Kremer

busted infant incubator, ghost babies to haunt refurbished abandoned Linda Vista Hospital

Busted infant incubator; will ghost babies haunt senior citizens in the converted hospital? The tales of being haunted grew as more and more production crews filmed here. According to the Travel Channel, “Reports of unexplained phenomena came from overnight security and production crews. Darting shadows, cries in the night and unexplained humming were all experienced by those working on the Linda Vista grounds. Many claim to have been touched and pushed by these unseen forces. Three spirits in particular have been sighted on multiple occasions: a little girl lurks in the surgical room; a young woman paces the hallways of the third floor; and the spirit of an orderly still makes his daily rounds.” Photo #10 by Jess Gutierrez

This way please in abandoned haunted Linda Vista hospital, future home to senior citizens

This way please to exit. As a film location, the place was called “Period Appropriate from 1930′s to Present.” The rooms highlighted on the site as being popular for movies and TV include the morgue, the boiler room, the reception desk in the lobby, the day room, and the chapel. Photo #11 by Neil Kremer

Looking down the fifth floor hallway of the abandoned Linda Vista Community Hospital, formerly Santa Fe Railroad Hospital in Boyle Heights California

The paranormal investigator/photographer wrote, “Looking down the fifth floor hallway of the abandoned Linda Vista Community Hospital, formerly Santa Fe Railroad Hospital in Boyle Heights California.” Caught between cool and eerie, this was a light painting and not a spooky spirit. Photo #12 by Grendl

Hijinx at haunted and abandoned Linda Vista

As if it weren’t creepy enough . . . Hijinx at the haunted and abandoned hospital. Due to the shady legality of urban exploration, urbex photographers don’t always tag or explain their pictures. We’re not sure if this was a legal or illegal photo or film shoot, but other photos in the stream show it was taken during the dark of night. Photo #13 by Eccentric Jeff

'Jawa Garage Sale' at abandoned Linda Vista Hospital

Is Linda Heights Hospital haunted? Across the Internet, eyewitnesses have reported: a green light that always stays on; a strange and strong odor emanating from the 3rd floor; a little girl is heard laughing and playing. Others swear there are screams, cries and moans to be heard throughout the hospital, and that lights turn on and off by themselves. A doctor, wearing a white coat and tie, has allegedly been seen in the main building near the top floor window. Photo #14 by Neil Kremer

Moving on to another area of the abandoned and haunted Linda Vista hospital tour

Yelp reviewers claim everything from it’s not haunted, it’s all a hoax, to it’s a super scary haunted place that has also been used to film porn. One person explained, “FYI security is currently very tight and numerous cameras have been installed of late – so, do not try to sneak in – the management recently released the following info, too – ‘What was once a Misdemeanor Tresspassing charge will now be Commercial Burglary, since the act of entering without the owners consent makes it a financial loss to said ownership of the location, which makes it a felony one complaint’.” Photo #15 by Neil Kremer

Tamales & Cafe -- I love how this little old lady just set up outside the vacant Linda Vista hospital near the No Trespassing sign

“Tamales & Cafe,” the photographer wrote. “I love how this little old lady just set up outside the vacant Linda Vista hospital near the No Trespassing sign.” Photo #16 by waltarrrrr

Red Line in haunted abandoned Linda Vista hospital, future senior living center

Red Line room. The photographer noted, “Couldn’t wait to post this one. This is the real deal. Slight HDR but that’s it. This room looked exactly like you see it. My jaw dropped when I walked in. So creepy.” Photo #17 by Neil Kremer

Abandoned Linda Vista Hospital investigation. Ready for lockdown? The “Ghost Adventures” crew — Zak Bagans, Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin — is back to investigate the scariest, most notorious, haunted places in the world. This was the first hospital investigation by the crew, shot in 2009, and was only the first visit the Ghost Adventurers made to Linda Vista. There was “real human ash” left in the morgue when the place shutdown. At the time, Yahoo, called it “creepy footage.” In the pre-lockdown interviews the guys spoke to two women in one of the surgical rooms “who played for them a creepy EVP of a girl laughing.” The “legit” evidence included recording screams immediately upon lockdown, and later an EVP of a little girl humming. “It didn’t end there though as they brought out the machine that allows spirits to say words from a database. It clearly said ‘leave’ and ‘dead’. It’s probably one of the most creepiest things the guys have captured.” Video #1 by Travel HD via Morticia711

HDR haunted bed in a haunted room in a haunted hospital in a haunted city in a .....well you get the idea

The photographer noted, “HDR haunted bed in a haunted room in a haunted hospital in a haunted city in a . . . well you get the idea.” Having spent considerable time there, we wonder what he thinks of the senior housing plans? Photo #18 by Neil Kremer

All kinds of crazy graffiti at abandoned Linda Vista Hospital...does this say please put your grandma in this room

Yes there was a mental ward, although we’re not sure where this was captured. We are sure that this graffiti shows all kinds of crazy. Does any of this seem to say, “Please put grandma in a room?” Photo #19 by Jess The Vagabond, & #20 by Jess Gutierrez, & #21 by Jess Gutierrez, & #22 by Jess Gutierrez, #23 by Jess The Vagabond

Paranormal investigation -- In the basement of abandoned Linda Vista Community Hospital

Paranormal investigation in the basement. During a discussion about demonic possession, Bloody Disgusting said of the place, “despite an updated security system, break-ins are routine and occult sacrifices (of roosters and chickens mainly – not people) occur there on a nearly nightly basis.” Photo #24 by Grendl

Looking into all these claims, we found this video which we don’t recommend for everyone: “Is the Devil Inside this Abandoned Hospital? Found footage from a bone-chilling event held to explore the realities of exorcism in the infamous Linda Vista Community Hospital.” Are people sure it’s a good idea to refurbish and put grandma and grandpa in here? Maybe instead of complimentary lasers to scare off spooks, future residents should be gifted with truckloads of holy water and priests? Video #2 by DevilInsideMovie

Haunted, abandoned Linda Vista Hospital, senior living complex coming soon

Senior living complex coming soon. On the left are cobwebs and a satanic ritual pentagram. On the right is a small portion of the 4.2 hospital acres that scream, “Boo!” Photo #25 by Jess Gutierrez, & #26 by Jess Gutierrez

Graffiti at haunted and abandoned Linda Vista Hospital

Fitting graffiti for a haunted hospital. Photo #27 by Eccentric Jeff

Ghost hunting at Linda Vista Community Hospital -- 2nd floor

Ghost hunting: The paranormal investigator/photographer wrote, “This was actually made on the 2nd floor of the building immediately to the south of the hospital. I’ve received conflicting information regarding its use, but it appears to have been most recently single apartments.” In the week of hunting info and images, we read several places that this may have been housing quarters for nurses or nursing students. Photo #28 by Grendl

Disgusting dirty abandoned room in the haunted hospital

Disgusting, dirty, abandoned and haunted room. Does it seem to simply shout, “Welcome home, Grandparents?” Photo #29 by Neil Kremer

Abandoned LA hospital Doctors Lounge

Derelict doctors’ lounge. The photographer noted, “The ghosts eat here sometimes.” Photo #30 by Neil Kremer

Hunting for ghosts at abandoned Linda Vista Community Hospital

Taken during a ghost hunt while gathering scientific evidence. Photo #31 by Grendl

Forlorn fire escape at abandoned Linda Vista Community Hospital, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles

Forlorn fire escape at Linda Vista, Boyle Heights, east Los Angeles. Photo #32 by Danielle D.

Grandpa's future room at haunted hospital in Los Angeles, California

Grandpa’s future room? What a way to reward the elderly who are barely scraping by and have a hard time paying rent, to send them to live in a place that is soaked in massive trauma and supposedly angry spirits. Photo #33 by Neil Kremer

Abandoned LA hospital, to be converted to senior citizen living center. To keep the ghosts or patients in the haunted hospital Linda Vista

Were the bars to keep the ghosts or patients inside? It’s been 88 years since the building was razed and rebuilt. Since the hospital was abandoned, believers of the paranormal have hyped the place as one of LA’s most haunted locations. The building was listed on the National Register Of Historic Places in 2006 (#162) and by 2013 it is supposed to have a $40 million dollar flip into “100 units of senior housing and medical offices within the landmark structure.” AMCAL executive vice president Maurice Ramirez said, “With the shortage of housing and affordable housing, this is a good fit with what can be done with the building.” Photo #34 by Neil Kremer

5th floor of abandoned Linda Vista Community Hospital taken during ghost hunt

Ghost hunting on the 5th floor. While the long-neglected state may be why it has such an eerie ‘haunted’ quality, it’s a favorite stomping ground for urban explorers, paranormal investigators and the curious in LA. Disclaimer, we are not saying it’s haunted. We are not saying that seniors should fear the future “Linda Vista Senior Apartments.” We had heard of the notorious Linda Vista Hospital, a favorite shooting location for Hollywood, and the renovation idea caught our attention. It may end up being beautiful, splendid instead of spooky, but we ask, Would you want your grandma to live here? Photo #35 by Grendl

The haunted Linda Vista hospital reception area in abandoned LA

The infamous reception area. Filming takes place at this ‘haunted’ hospital 130 days a year. Housing seniors here will put a cramp in that, but maybe they will be spooked to death? Then again, maybe not? Photo #36 by Neil Kremer

May 2012 -- Front of Linda Vista Community Hospital, formerly Santa Fe Coast Lines Hospital, 610-30 S. Louis St., Los Angeles, California

May 2012 — Front of Linda Vista Community Hospital, formerly Santa Fe Coast Lines Hospital, 610-30 S. Louis St., Los Angeles, California. Photo #37 by Downtowngal

Back building (perhaps laundry) of Linda Vista Community Hospital, formerly Santa Fe Coast Lines Hospital, 610-30 S. Louis St

Back building of the hospital. Photo #38 by Downtowngal

Urbex at abandoned Linda Vista Hospital in LA. Haunted HMO

Urbex at Haunted HMO? Photo #39 by Neil Kremer

Experimenting with a green laser during this paranormal investigation at Linda Vista Community Hospital

Experimenting with a green laser during this paranormal investigation. Photo #40 by Grendl

newborn neonatal unit, intensive care for infants -- Abandoned, haunted Linda Vista Community Hospital ghost babies

Newborn neonatal unit, intensive care for infants. If you look in the mirror, you catch a glimpse of the man who ventured alone into this ‘abandoned’ and ‘haunted’ hospital and captured so many of these creepy shots. Photo #41 by Neil Kremer

Make yourself at home at haunted Linda Vista hospital, future senior citizens will live here. That small window was the only light source in these two rooms

Make yourself at home? The photographer noted that the small window was the only light source in these two rooms. Photo #42 by Neil Kremer

BlackBoxTV: There are places in our world surrounded by mystery and unexplained phenomena. Join us now as we uncover their unbelievable TRUE STORIES. Video #3 by blackboxtv

Abandoned Linda Vista Hospital Haunted Locker Room

Hospital’s haunted locker room? “I assume the doctors didn’t change here. It looks more like the place orderlies would hang out,” wrote the photographer. Photo #43 by Neil Kremer

Urban exploration at haunted and abandoned Linda Vista Community Hospital

Rooms in the hospital as seen during urban exploration. We are not sure about the “chapel” being real as most things online about it are in regards to some sort of “warring” and conflicting reports at a paranormal investigator powwow. But the LA Times said, “The former main dining room looks like a chapel because it was redecorated for the 2005 remake of the movie The Longest Yard, starring Adam Sandler.” Photo #44 by Eccentric Jeff, & #45 by Eccentric Jeff, & #46 by Eccentric Jeff, & #47 by Eccentric Jeff

Alice stays here abandoned Linda Vista hospital

‘Alice stays here.’ The photographer wrote, “So it hit me wile I was processing this one. People have died in these rooms. People have suffered in these rooms and cried from overwhelming pain. What hit me wasn’t creepy, it’s that I’m taking images uploading them to Flickr and not taking into account the human history here. I’ll never know who and what happened but I do have to appreciate and imagine the life’s that where changed in this hospital. Not just patients but the children who lost parents, the parents who went through the unthinkable, the loss of a child. The nurses and doctors who probably worked 70 hour weeks and didn’t think to go home and take care of their own kids because someone here was in so much pain that they couldn’t consider leaving them. I think that’s whats really interesting. What this place was, not what it is.” Photo #48 by Neil Kremer

'Bright spot,' another point of haunted view

‘Bright spot,’ another point of haunted view. Sunshine or paranormal phenomena? Doing a fantastic job of separating fact from fiction, the LA Times said, “The rooms are unnerving, but the atmosphere is intentional. That’s because Linda Vista is one of L.A.’s most popular filming locations. It was daunting enough to stand in for a squalid mental asylum in a Duran Duran music video, and it has been the subject of televised paranormal investigations. Caretaker Francis Kortekaas brought in medical equipment and made the mock jail to enhance its appeal to directors. Sometimes filmmakers leave props behind, like the wooden throne from the upcoming Rob Zombie movie The Lords of Salem that commands one room. It can be hard to tell what’s real and what’s Hollywood flimflam.” Photo #49 by Neil Kremer

Country kitchen at abandoned Linda Vista

Abandoned country kitchen? How do you know what’s real? LA Times continued, “Faded bed curtains in a jumbled pile on the floor of a patient room? Real artifacts. Dangerously drooping electrical conduit in the former laundry room? Recent props from an episode of True Blood, where the hospital portrayed a mental asylum.” Photo #50 by Neil Kremer

Grungy room in haunted Linda Vista Hospital is future room for grandma

Is this grungy room a future room for grandma or grandpa? The photographer was teasing about a comment which brought a detail to his attention. “A Palm Tree is reflected in the old piece of glass above. I did this to show the juxtaposition between the grunge of the old hospital and the vacation like weather outside. I wanted the viewer to feel the exact frustration experienced by the many patients that that lied sick in that room for so many years.” Photo #51 by Neil Kremer

Derelict medical equipment taken in pitch blackness at abandoned haunted Linda Vista Hospital

Photo of derelict medical equipment snapped in pitch blackness at this abandoned and haunted hospital. Photo #52 by Neil Kremer

His and her haunted toilets

His and her haunted toilets? The photographer wrote, “This was strange. This bathroom was for a single bed room. What’s with the two toilets. I’ll never know.” Photo #53 by Neil Kremer

Abandoned, haunted Linda Vista Community Hospital, future bedroom for senior citizen

Future spooky bedroom for senior citizen who may end up being literally scared to death? Photo #54 by Neil Kremer

So is all the talk about Linda Vista supposedly being haunted based on urban myth due the creepy neglected feel of the place? Or reality? Skeptic or believer, you decide. Here’s Paranormal Challenge at Linda Vista Hospital. Video #4 by Travel Channel Paranormal Challenge via GhostHunterGirlUK

On the 5th floor where Howard Hughes is said to have spent some time near the end of his life -- Haunted and abandoned Linda Vista hospital, future home of seniors

On the 5th floor where Howard Hughes is said to have spent some time near the end of his life.’ Some folks say that Hughes would use the entire 5th floor during his hospital visits. Photo #55 by Grendl

An EKG machine and an incubator from a company named 'GRASS' at abandoned, haunted Linda Vista

An EKG machine and an incubator from a company named ‘GRASS.’ Photo #56 by Neil Kremer

Abandoned since 1991, Linda Vista Community Hospital which is infamous as haunted will be a senior citizen living center

Wikipedia lists all of these TV shows has being filmed at Linda Vista: “The pilot episode of ER, Charm School with Ricki Lake, an episode of VH1′s The Surreal Life Season 3, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Moonlight, the television movie Perry Mason: The Case of the Lady in the Lake 1988, the Discovery Channel’s The Colony, the Military Channel’s Special Ops Mission, ABC’s FlashForward episode 18 – “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” Hot Girls in Scary Places; an investigation location for paranormal series: the Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures, the Travel Channel’s Ghost Stories; an episode of Spike TV’S 1000 Ways To Die, Cartoon Network’s The Othersiders, an episode of The OCD Project, Dexter: Season 1 Episode 4 (Let’s Give the Boy a Hand), Bachelor Pad Season 2, Face Off (season 2) – “Night Terrors,” Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory (Season 5) – “Dyrdek Day”. The LA Times added True Blood. Additionally shot here were 1 commercial, 11 music videos, a paranormal investigation web series, and BlackBoxTV. Photo #57 by Neil Kremer

ghost hunting, urbex of two hallways, night at haunted and abandoned Linda Vista Hospital

Can you imagine an urbex adrenaline rush here at night while hunting for ghosts among the dark hallways of an abandoned hospital? Photo #58 by Eccentric Jeff, & #59 by Eccentric Jeff

Sunlight, like the ghosts, waiting for the seniors who will be sentenced to live here Abandoned, haunted Linda Vista Community Hospital

Sunlight, like the ghosts, waiting for the seniors who will be sentenced to live and die here? OR for senior citizen paranormal lovers and movie buffs? An incomplete list of films shot here, according to Wikipedia, include: To Live and Die In L.A. (1985), In the Line of Fire (1992), Outbreak (1995), Mi Familia/ My Family (1995), Suicide Kings (1997), End of Days (1999), Pearl Harbor (2001), BOO (2004) which was filmed entirely there, Day of the Dead 2: Contagium (2005), Room 6 (2006), The Gene Generation (2007), From Prada to Nada (2011), and Small Apartments (2011). (also LA Times added The Longest Yard) Photo #60 by Neil Kremer

Neil Kremer in red line room, urban exploration and haunted HDR photography of Linda Vista Community Hospital

Self-portrait of Neil Kremer in the ‘red line’ room, urban explorer and haunted HDR photographer of Linda Vista Community Hospital. We thank you ever so kindly for listing so many fantastic photos as creative commons. Whether we believe it’s haunted or a more skeptical view, we can all surely agree it’s creepy and thank you for the tour. You rock! Photo #61 by Neil Kremer

Cheap Paint Another room. I don't think this one was haunted. The ghosts won't even hang out here

“Cheap Paint. Another room. I don’t think this one was haunted. The ghosts won’t even hang out here,” Kremer wrote. Photo #62 by Neil Kremer

Creepy haunted Linda Vista hospital in LA -- What was that

Creepy. What was that spot? The photographer wrote, “It was a dark cold room and I don’t know what possessed me to take this but I did. When I opened it in Lightroom I noticed that light coming out of the ceiling. That wasn’t there in person. Not sure where it came from.” Photo #63 by Neil Kremer

Future home for grandparents - abandoned, haunted Linda Vista Hospital

Future home for grandparents, so the scare can finish them off – abandoned, haunted Linda Vista Hospital. Photo #64 by Jess The Vagabond, & #65 by Jess Gutierrez, & #66 by Jess Gutierrez

'Ghost Star' What is going on That light is back

‘Ghost Star’ What is going on? That light is back. Photo #67 by Neil Kremer

Abandoned, haunted Linda Vista Hospital

Lights, camera, action! So many deaths happened here, whether or not there are ghosts. The busted incubator and cross creeped us out as did the morgue. So do you believe Linda Vista Hospital is haunted? Would you recommend for senior citizens to live here? Better yet, would you want your grandma to live here after it’s renovated? Photo #68 by Jess Gutierrez, & #69 by Jess Gutierrez, & #70 by Jess Gutierrez

The crew returns to Linda Vista Hospital in Los Angeles, where Nick once had a profound psychic connection with the ghost of a young woman. He sets out to find her again. Video #5 by Travel Channel Ghost Adventures via mcgill2009


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