Los Angeles, CA is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Chateau Marmont. Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
With its star-studded history and a touch of infamy, the Sunset Strip Chateau Marmont hotel is haunted and a sure bet for getting your chill needs taken care of.
Guests and hotel employees have reported windows opening on their own, furniture moving, the sounds of voices when no one’s there, strange noises in the night, feelings of being watched, even apparitions of floating heads and the sensation of ghosts getting into bed with you.
On March 5, 1982, John Belushi was found dead at the age of 33 in Bungalow 3 of Chateau Marmont. He was pronounced dead, having overdosed on massive amounts of liquor and cocaine. His body once removed, was not accompanied by his soul. Today, guests in Bungalow 3 have experienced the feeling of being watched, especially when looking in the bathroom mirror. One couple have said that their son stayed awake all night talking to someone he called "the funny man." Years later, the boy saw a picture of Belushi and said that he was the funny man who had been in Bungalow 3.
This lodging can perhaps promise even more celebrity hauntings, since this was a common stop for many of them. Known for it's wild parties and a history of A-List famous guests, such as Marilyn Monroe and even Lindsay Lohan, their energies seem to keep this place lit up with activity!
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Room 64 is one of the most famous rooms in the world with preferred by the very elite! It is also where Howard Hughes holed up for several months spying from his balcony on the pool. Other speculations have Evan Peters American Horror Story: Hotel character loosely tied to this room.
The hotel's staff will tell you to avoid Room 79 (as they do), for it's said to be the most haunted room of them all. Ghostly sightings and activities of moving furniture, visions of ghosts knocking on the door, even a floating head outside the window have been reported.
Be aware (as you should for all public places), The chateau is not open to the public. You must have a room booked there in order to enter the premises.
Chateau Marmont has served as the choice crash pad for the famous since 1927, and it appears that the spirits are still in high gear!
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