It seems that many amusement parks have managed to attract some paranormal activity, and Castle Park in Riverside, CA, is no exception. Castle Park is a long-standing roadside attraction built in 1976 by the same ride designer behind Knott’s Berry Farm.
However, it is believed that at least part of Castle Park is built on top of what was once a Native American Indian burial ground, which probably explains why it is considered to be so haunted.
You might expect this to mean that the spirits here are Natives, and perhaps some of them are, but the most commonly sighted spirit here is the ‘lady in white.’ Park employees have been reporting her presence on the Plaza Cafe balcony for several years now.
There are also reports of doors slamming after hours and various other unexplained activity. One interesting thing that should be noted is that only male employees ever experience paranormal activity because all of the resident ghosts are female, and they enjoy pranking the men!