THE WHALEY HOUSE, SAN DIEGO
The Whaley House in San Diego has long held a reputation for being one of the scariest haunted places in Southern California. It was built in 1957 by Thomas Whaley, and over the years, it has served as a general store, a granary, Crowdie Theater, and even the town’s courthouse.
It also included a morgue at one time and happened to be built over a former cemetery! No wonder it is said to be haunted!
Several suicides and hangings have taken place in the property, and the two most commonly sighted spirits here include a young girl who died in an accident while playing with the Whaley children, Yankee Jom Robinson, who hung himself on the property, and also the Whaley family themselves.