what are the most haunted places in San Diego?
We encourage you to read through our list of the most haunted places in San Diego. However - nothing will replace a great ghost tour. So while we hope you enjoy our pages about the most haunted places in San Diego, we also hope you'll join us for a ghost tour in San Diego - so we can show you these locations and tell you even more ghost stories about them!
America’s Most Haunted? Or just urban legends?
Many members of the Whaley family have met their demise inside those brick walls, and many more have been rumored to have died on the premises. Who for sure can say which ones are history and which are just ghost stories?Learn more about The Haunted Whaley House
What was once thought to be an opportunistic investment for a developing family became a vacant monument to tragedy and death.Learn more about The Hotel del Coronado
The Old Point Loma Lighthouse guided ships into port for 36 years. Many keepers have kept watch over the waters of San Diego Bay. Perhaps some have stayed and continue the job even in the after life.Learn more about The Old Point Loma Lighthouse
The Berkeley was built in 1898 to charter people across the San Francisco Bay. Yet, an explosion in 1911 chartered one man into the afterlife. Was this a mere accident? Or is a darker secret lurking within the hull?Learn more about The Ghosts of the Steam Ferry Berkeley
Benjamin Henry Jesse Francis Shepard traveled the world composing music. For one year, he lived in a grandiose mansion in San Diego, performing concerts and séances. Ever since, those who have owned the house have been met with grave misfortunes.Learn more about The Haunted Villa Montezuma