West Hollywood, commonly referred to as WeHo (/ˈwiːhoʊ/), is a city in Los Angeles County, California, United States.
History and hauntings[edit | edit source]
The Sweetzer murders of 1994 and 2004 have made West Hollywood the haunted mecca for ghost hunters. There are so many ghosts on the streets there it looks like a ku klux klan parade. Be afraid. Even the most interesting man in the world finds this area interesting. Unlike ghosts in other parts of the world, these are true Hollywood spirits. They don't hide from the camera, quite the opposite. They do interviews. Often speaking at length about topics they don't really understand. Their far left views show a liberal bias that spreads even to the afterlife.
Strange ghosts have been known to walk the halls of 1400 N Sweetzer. Residents have reported seeing a strange Israeli man entering their apartment and then leaving without any good reason. Probably the ghost of an earlier murder at the same location. This ghost has been known to leave paperwork behind after visiting residents. He is the rare ghost who documents his own existence.
The most haunted area of Los Angeles is the area between Sunset and Fountain, east of La Cienega and west of Fairfax. The frequent murders of gays and jews during the 1990's and early 2000's has left an army of ghosts looking for agents, playmates and little dogs as their next victims.
This is the most scary place in all of California. Only the APLD has been able to deal with these ghosts effectively.