Thursday, December 12, 2013

Castle Green- Pasadena, CA


Ovilus Session 


Initial
Words
Thing
Mommy
Light
Carol II
Holiday
Brush
Travel
Change
Burn
Observe III
Life
Hours
Appear
Metal
Fly
Think
Business
Human II
Kiss II
Pierce
Bike 
Eat II
Saw
Sent
Between
Muse II
Deep
Paul
Night
Sent
Travel
Wide
Pluto III
Jerk
Solo
Rabbit
General
Moment
Africa
Spot
Foliage
Dime
Automatic
Compound
Story
Wash
Country
Information 
Run
Beat
Laugh
Any
Shock
Placebo
Store
Pose
Adjust
Tree
Carrier
Demon
Turnover
Enough
Company
Highway
Disaster
Au
Send
Water
Tin
Cleansing
Haste
Apple
Kind
Pat
Projection
Still
Multiple
Count
Outside
Fiddle
Gray
Paranormal
Factors
Down
Placate
Moist
Metal
F
Supper
Squeeze
Tom
Greater
Return
Entire
Lost
Lick
Lay
Mercury
Girl
Cotton
Loud
Light
Should
Shoot
Deplete
Mommy
Zero
Produce
Sir
Holiday
Worm
Talking
Past
So
Sit
Born
Business
Records
Although
Under
Common
Think
Pierce
Possible
Award
Compete
Sent
Saw II
Attic
Fifteen
Zoo
Paul
Eat
Wide
Mammy
Rabbit
Jim
Story
Foliage
Property
Country
Compound
Indian
Solo
Quill
Whole
Spot
Digging
Marker
Get
Tree
Video
Carrier
Tight
English
Between
How
Pass
Tin
Company
Wave
City

Monday, December 2, 2013

Linda Vista Community Hospital- Los Angeles, CA




By now, the name says it all. Linda Vista Hospital in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, is an attraction for paranormal enthusiasts and investigators. It was first built in 1904 and was known at the time as The Santa Fe Coast Lines Hospital for injured railroad workers. It was a state of the art medical facility. Over time, it became the Linda Vista Community Hospital. The hospital was running smoothly until the 1970’s and 80’s when it truly became the hospital of horrors.
Since it’s around the rougher parts of Los Angeles, the hospital attracted patients who were victims of gang shootings, stabbings, and beatings. It is said that that is the reason for the hospitals hauntings. Being in a tour of Linda Vista back in November 2011, there were old patient records lying around everywhere, indicating that the staff just picked up and left. You just had the feeling that this stagnant energy added to the hospitals hauntings. Linda Vista had many lawsuits against it since many deaths occurred there. The doors closed in 1991.
When you go into the boiler room, the energy there just doesn’t feel right. It’s like a draining, demotivated, and depressed feeling. If you look around the room enough, you find out why. There is a box down there that is full of human ashes. What was bizarre is that the hospital attracted many John and Jane Does. The hospital didn’t know what to do with these deceased bodies, so they burned them in the incinerator and forgot about them. It’s believed that this is the main reason for the buildings hauntings. In the afterlife, it’s a disastrous thing to not get closure to your life as a physical being. In March 2012, I was in this part of the hospital with my KII EMF meter. I asked a series of questions not getting any responses. I then asked if the whole box of human ash was the reason for Linda Vista’s hauntings. I then got a spike on my EMF detector. There’s no source of electricity in that area of the boiler room, so that response was a big deal.
Apparently, many surgeries had been improperly done. A guaranteed recipe for angry, sad, and confused spirits. One night, back in the 1980s, a Los Angeles gang member was shot and rushed to Linda Vista. A man by the name of Dr. Edwards was in charge of the surgery. Dr. Edwards had done everything in his power to save this gang members life. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough. When Dr. Edwards left the building to go home, he was confronted by the gang in the parking lot and was shot to death.
Not only is Linda Vista a hospital, it’s also a psychiatric ward. Room 323 is the paranormal hot spot of this building. A demonic entity roams around in this room. This entity has been known to growl at and physically abuse people. Paranormal investigators have been scratched on the back when going into room 323. Also, when ghost hunters leave this room, the entity forcefully pushes them out. I was with a group of people in this room trying to get something out of this demonic entity. Of course, demons being the tricksters, it didn’t respond. However, there was a strange green light that was shining on the wall. I thought I was the only one that caught it, but my group caught it as well. Where room 323 is, it was strange to see a green light where we saw it in the room.
The surgical suite on the first floor is supposed to be the most terrifying part of the hospital. It’s also the room where Nick Groff of Ghost Adventures saw the manifestation of a girl. I started an EVP session and had my KII meter on to see if my group and I could capture any evidence of this girl. Nothing was captured on those devices, however there was a lot of noise coming from the room where she showed herself. I asked if there was a little that wanted to communicate. A tapping noise came from the room. I then asked if she was making the tapping noise. Another noise came from the room. I then asked my group to look in the hallway and see if anything was there. They went out into the hallway and saw nothing. I then asked if she was trapped at Linda Vista. Noises were coming from another room. I’m not sure if it was her or other people in my group, but it’s an interesting coincidence how the noise happened after I asked.
The locals that live near Linda Vista say it closed down because patients weren’t being treated properly. The hospital did have an unusually high death rate. It has been over 20 years since the hospital has closed down. However, it’s currently being converted into senior housing by the new owners. Currently, the new owners aren’t allowing any more investigations. Is this a wise idea of the new owners? Wouldn’t a renovated Linda Vista make the hauntings more potent? I think if Linda Vista is going to be renovated, the spirits trapped there need some sort of closure, and that lies in the help of paranormal investigators.

Ovilus Session 

Hi
Program
Mommy
Bike
Highway
Haste
Any
Change
Happened
Apple
Climb
Pie
Port
East
Alphabet
Metal
Cleansing
Double
Glance
Squeeze
Self
Quill
Video
Get
Supper
Entire
Marker
Chair
Harriet
Placebo
Yourself
Light
Carrier
Orange
Type
Lay
Haste
Apple
White
Outside
Built
Tree
Down
Electric
Worm
Care
Affair
Highway
Ready
Between
Pole
Africa
Tight
Ship
Veronica
Count
Squeeze
Paranormal
Moist
Change
Indian
Current
Pat
Roses
Think
Tie
Fifteen 
Human
Mercury
Business
Saw
Manor
Hi
Spin
Friend
Although
Should
Sent
Dirt
Pluto
Tin
Vector
Automatic
Apart
Deplete
Quite
Compound
Eat
Main
Property
Tickle
Correct
Wide II
Self
Foliage
Cesium
Almost
Mommy
Letter
Metal
Muse
Send
Rabbit
D
Country
Award
Lick
Run
Story
Night
Seem
Rewind
Company
Wave
Better
Burn
Records
Classic
Quite
Story
Run
Ears
Rabbit
Rose
Paul
Projection 



Projection 

Monday, October 7, 2013

The Roosevelt Hotel- Hollywood, CA




When hotels and Los Angeles come to mind, you can’t help but think of The Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, CA. It’s one of Los Angeles county’s most historic sites. Since May 15,1927, it’s been of great service to movie stars and tourists. Interestingly, two of Hollywood’s biggest movie stars during this time who have passed on to the after life, are seen here today. Also, there are reports of paranormal activity throughout the hotel.
Montgomery Clift stayed here for three months in 1953 for his role in the movie “From Here to Eternity.” Today, it is said that his ghost resides in room 928 on the 9th floor of the Roosevelt. Guests that have stayed in this room have reported that their luggage has been moved around without being touched. One woman claimed that she woke up in the middle of the night while staying in room 928 and saw a man in a top hat and a suit sitting on her luggage looking out the window. Witnesses have said that he is either seen in the hallway rehearsing his lines for his movie, or playing a trumpet.
In suite 1200, guests that have stayed in this room have reported seeing the ghost of Marilyn Monroe. This room use to be her poolside suite. She has been seen many times in a full-length mirror in this room. One of the most notable incidents happened in December 1985, when a maid by the name of Suzanne Leonard was dusting the room. She went to clean the mirror when suddenly she saw a blonde woman standing behind in the mirror. When she turned around, she was gone. The mirror now sits next to the elevator on the lower level.
These two famous ghosts aren’t the only ones that haunt the Roosevelt Hotel. Apparently, there’s more paranormal activity going on in this famous hotel. On the same day the maid Suzanne Leonard saw a full body apparition of what appeared to be Marilyn Monroe, a man named Alan Russell, who was a personal assistant to the general manager at the time, discovered something strange in The Blossom Ballroom. He was sweeping the floor when he suddenly felt a very cold spot in the room. He called it to other employees attention and they couldn’t figure out where it was coming from. Psychics that have been here claim that a man in black clothing haunts this room. No one has been able to identify who this could be. Paranormal investigators believe that this coldspot is some kind of portal. People have also said that they’ve seen apparitions dancing in here as well as Marilyn Monroe’s. Perhaps it’s a portal for actors to dance at the Roosevelt.
We couldn’t end this paranormal detour of the Roosevelt without stopping by room Cabana Room 213 first. This is reported to be the most haunted room in the entire hotel. Front desk employees usually report on a regular basis that people check out in the middle of the night because the activity is so potent. They’re intuitions tell that something is very wrong with the room. About ten people have reported seeing a headless apparition coming at them. Guests have also said that the TV and sink in the bathroom turns on and off, as well as the coffee maker making strange rattling noises. Apparently, rumor is that a ghost hunter caught an EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) of a spirit screaming “Someone died here!”
The Roosevelt Hotel has quite the history and quite the hauntings. Come visit this historic site on 7000 Hollywood Blvd. in Hollywood, CA. if you’re visiting the Los Angeles area. Maybe you’ll see the ghost’s of Hollywood’s most famous actors.

http://www.thompsonhotels.com/hotels/la/hollywood-roosevelt