El Campo Santo Cemetery, San Diego
You can find El Campo Santo Cemetery on the outskirts of Old Town in San Diego. It is one of the oldest cemeteries in the county and rumor has it is haunted. People claim to have experienced cold spots, seen ghosts, and have unexplainable paranormal occurrences happen here. The most popular ghosts said to haunt the El Campo Santo Cemetery are an Indian or Hispanic man dressed in 19th century period clothing. Others say cars parked on top of the graves on the street (yes, there are people buried below the pavement), have had their alarms go off without a person in sight. Whether El Campo Santo Cemetery is really haunted remains up for speculation, but a visit here could help you uncover the truth.
Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery, Los Angeles
If you’re going to go out in Los Angeles, you might as well do it in style. This is why some are willing to pay top dollar to be put to rest in the midst of Los Angeles concrete jungle, just under 10 miles from the Hollywood Walk of Fame. After all, nothing screams prestige than being buries by Marilyn Monroe. Behind the staggering buildings found on Wilshire Boulevard, you’ll find the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery, the final resting place for some of the most famous stars in Hollywood. Being laid to rest among the rich and the famous comes with a hefty price tag. A gated family “estate” can cost you up to $2 million. While most of us can’t afford to be buried here, it’s still worth checking out one of Southern California’s priciest cemeteries.