Naughty Ghosts in Los Angeles | Naughty Los Angeles
Naughty Ghosts in Los Angeles
Los Angeles is suppose to be full of ghosts, if you believe in that. Even if you don't, it can be fun to go ghost hunting during halloween!
Below are some sexy venues in LA that are home to some very naughty ghosts such as Marilyn Monroe.
Check them all out or take your date to one of the venues listed below for a night of naughty, ghostly fun.
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
7000 Hollywood Blvd
Built in 1926, the Roosevelt Hotel is one of Hollywood's most notoriously haunted hangouts.
Many former celebrity residents and guests, including stars like Marilyn Monroe, Eroll Flynn and Montgomery Clift, quite conspicuously never seemed to check out.
The ghost of Marilyn Monroe has been said to appear in a full length mirror which now hangs near an elevator in the lobby and the ghost of a young girl roams the halls looking for a "playmate." Maybe you can be her next playmate!
Treat yourself to an extravagant night or two of naughty luxury this Halloween in real Hollywood style at this classic hotel.
A scandalously sexy Halloween party is held two days prior to Halloween in the grand ballroom and is a costumed celebration that you won't want to miss!
8221 Sunset Blvd.
Are you naughty enough to stay in legendary Room 79? This room at the iconic Chateau Marmont is so haunted that the hotel staff do their best to try to avoid it if possible.
But, even if you don't stay in this particular room, the Chateau offers enough haunted ambience to thrill the most die hard ghost hunter.
With its long, checkered history of celebrity clientele and wild nights, the Chateau Marmont is still a place where privacy is king and anything goes.
Jim Morrison of the Doors danced with death from the window's ledge and comedian John Belushi died here from a drug overdose furthering its mystique as a palace of dark decadence.
Come and experience the beauty and allure of this Hollywood treasure for a Halloween night you'll never forget.
Millenium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles
506 S. Grand Ave.
Opening in 1923 with great fanfare, The Biltmore Hotel has a long and winding history that is deeply woven into the fabric of mythical Los Angeles.
Hosting the Academy Awards from 1935 to 1939, the hotel was also used as a rest and recreation facility for soldiers during World War II.
An entire galaxy of celebrities, presidents and other rich and powerful figures have stayed within the walls of the Biltmore's grand luxury and style.
This is also the last place that anyone was to see the young starlet, Elizabeth Short, otherwise known as the Black Dahlia, whose gruesome murder terrified a city and captured the public's imagination for decades to come.
Her ghost is said to walk the lobby, or the eleventh floor. They even have a cocktail inspired by her, the Black Dahlia (vodka, Chambord black raspberry liqueur, Kahlua).
Musso & Frank Grill
6667 Hollywood Blvd.
Musso and Frank's Grill is the oldest established restaurant in Hollywood and had the first pay phone installed in Hollywood.
Tales of ghostly activity and strange occurrences have been reported here for years by patrons and staff alike.
Many cite experiences with the ghost of Charlie Chaplin, a regular at Musso's that always sat at booth number one, located up front with a view of the street.
The allure of literary stars like Hemingway, Faulkner and Bukowski, all of whom used to drink religiously at Musso's bar.
Faulkner even met his mistress of 20 years here, so this was definitely the place to come to hook up.
Many sexy celebrities such as Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor enjoyed drinks and appetizers in Musso's famous "Back Room."
Guarded by a discerning and austere maitre d', the Back Room was a legendary private space reserved for the Hollywood elite to play and be discreet when meeting your mistress or secret lover.
You never know who you'll meet here. So why not head over to this restaurant and bar for an intimate night with your lover as you cuddle up in one of their red tufted booths and live out your own naughty Hollywood fantasies.
The Comedy Store
8433 Sunset Blvd.
The Comedy Store opened in 1972 but the location has an incredible past. In the 1920s this building housed the Club Seville.
This club boasted a Marine Room, which had a glass dance floor made of crystals that was surrounded by fountains.
Fish swam beneath peoples feet as they danced, this effect was topped off by colored lights.
This club only lasted a year for women didn't like the idea of fish looking up their dresses and others feared this glass floor might break.
The most famous club to occupy this space was Ciro's, one of the great clubs of Hollywood during the forties and fifties.
Stars like Lucille Ball, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis entertained here regularly to the delight of packed houses every night.
At this time one of Hollywood's most notorious brothels was located right next door. Myth has it many stars that visited Ciro's also took part in its delights.
Another claim is this basement was used for illegal abortions-serving the club's dance girls and the prostitutes from the brothel next door that found they had an unwanted pregnancy.
The original owners of Ciro's had close ties with the mob and Ciro's was a location that the mob used to run a lot of business, even when that included killing people.
Strange apparitions, cold spots and countless stories from staff and patrons alike, seem to allude that some of those who once worked here or possible died there have simply never left.
Next time you're in the mood for laughs and a night out at the Store, be sure to check around the room to see whose laughing with you? They just might be a ghost!
1126 Queens Hwy.
Bigger and more powerful than the Titanic, the Queen Mary was originally built in 1937.
A grand and elegant ship for carrying the rich and famous over the Atlantic, it was appropriated for use in World War ll before being commissioned back into service as a luxury vessel in 1946. It was finally docked in Long Beach Harbor in 1967.
Now, as a hotel and tourist attraction, the Queen Mary is perfect for exploring the supernatural and is a popular Halloween destination with its annual Dark Harbor event, which includes food, music and insanely scary mazes!
Many reports of ghostly sightings have taken place over the years and the entire ship is saturated with the spooky glamor of its bygone heyday.
In the first class swimming pool, which has been closed for more than three decades, women have often been seen appearing in 1930's style swimming suits wandering the decks near the pool.
If you're looking for a kinky ghost, then make sure to check into room M202 or B492 where guests have reported the feeling of being watched!
This is the perfect place to explore with a date, as you'll want to hang on to each other tight when the real haunts come out to play!