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Go on a thrilling paranormal adventure through the streets of Los Angeles’ Chinatown where hidden secrets linger and shadows dance. Your tour will be led by an experienced ghost hunter equipped with professional paranormal tools. This tour was featured on Ghost Adventures with Zak Bagans on the Discovery Channel.
Los Angeles’ Chinatown is only 15 minutes from Hollywood. It is a fascinating place at night. As you tour the neighborhood, your guide will tell you about the forgotten graves buried beneath your feet. Visit the Chinatown metro station and hear about the cemeteries that were discovered as the metro was being built.
You’ll go by an old milling warehouse that is said to be haunted by the ghosts of two employees. The employees’ tragic deaths occurred over a hundred years ago and yet people still report seeing their apparitions.
This neighborhood became Chinatown in 1938. You guide will tell you about the early French and Italian communities that predated the Chinese.
As you walk and your guide tells the stories, you’ll be using an EMF meter. EMF stands for electromagnetic fields and an EMF meter will detect that. Your guide can show you how to use the EMF meter. You’ll be in a place known to be haunted and you’ll have the equipment to capture evidence of paranormal activity.
If someone’s EMF meter detects EMF activity, you’ll stop and investigate further, using dowling rods and an SBox Spirit Scanner. Your guide will also use an infrared temperature detector to debunk false positives and find sources of “cold spots.”
This tour has had guests document unexplainable images in photographs taken during the tour, so be sure to bring your camera. The tour will be ended with a ceremony to honor whatever spirits found your group, using music, a candle and a few rituals to make sure nothing follows you home.
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