Recommended Investigation Destinations

The Jimani Lounge, New Orleans, LA-

On the last Sunday in June, 1973, a gay bar in New Orleans called the UpStairs Lounge was firebombed, and the resulting blaze killed 32 people. At the time, the bar had recently served as the temporary home for the fledgling New Orleans congregation of the Metropolitan Community Church. Founded in Los Angeles in 1968, the MCC was the nation’s first gay church.

Bars/Pubs

The Burgundy Room*

The Frolic Room

Boardner's* (small menu/great food!)



Restaurants

Miceli's Italian Restuarant*

Musso & Frank's*

Pig & Whistle (bar & grill)

Public Kitchen and 25 Degrees (inside The Roosevelt Hotel)

Cleo's Mediteranean* (inside the Redbury)

Clifton's Cafeteria-downtown L.A.

Cole's (downtown L.A.)



Shopping

Panpipes Magickal Marketplace & Apothecary*

Hollywood Toy & Costume*




Cafe

Tropicana Pool Cafe


Here are some Haunted and/or favorite* destinations in L.A./Hollywood to visit.

The Gribble House Paranormal Experience- Savannah, GA.


In 1909, a triple murder shocked the City of Savannah. News of the murders spread nationwide. A manhunt ensued to find the murderer. Many were accused. Only one was sentenced to death. Over a century later, the house where the murders took place has been demolished, but the spirits of the victims still occupy the property, now a 15,000 square foot warehouse. Join the crew of the Gribble House nightly as they explore and investigate the building, communicating with those beyond the grave who still walk amongst us today.