Whaley House - Real San Diego Haunt
This home was built in 1857 by Thomas Whaley and once included the town's courthouse, granary, general store, theater and morgue. It now operates as a museum and is a Natonal Historic Landmark and is believed to be haunted. Those that linger here are said to be the ghosts of Whaley family members and a man's spirit who reportedly hanged himself on the site before the house was built.
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