SPOOK QUESTS

Check out our previous and upcoming Spook Quests here!

SPOOK QUEST | NEW ORLEANS

A fun and spooky place, with a voodoo vibe. New Orleans and the surrounding area is a cultural epicenter for food, music, and heritage. And, has plenty to explore from a supernatural aspect.

(more…)

SPOOK QUEST | CALIFORNIA GOLD COUNTRY

Coming Soon!

SPOOK QUEST | SCOTLAND, IRELAND, UK – 2019

Planning has begun for Spook Quest 2019!

(more…)

SPOOK QUEST | SF BAY AREA

Coming Soon!

SPOOK QUEST | SOCAL

SPOOK QUEST SOCAL HAUNTED ROAD TRIP 2017 – A 5-day haunted road trip through some of Southern California’s creepiest haunts to stay in and explore the macabre, eerie, and downright disturbing.

As we drive through Southern California, we will be staying in haunted hotels and visiting paranormal hotspots. We will be partaking in some of the fun and spooky activities that the Los Angeles area has to offer during the month of October.

Check out the Frightful Activities or Freaky Food pages for more information about our supernatural theme activities, amateur ghost hunting, and dining adventures. And, travel with us as we explore the Los Angeles  area by reading our quest journal. Check out the haunted road trip tools to build your own Spook Quest!

Read the Quest Journal

 

-HIGHLIGHTS –

Leg 1

Santa Maria Inn – starting from the SF Bay Area and driving south, our first stop will be the Santa Maria Inn in Santa Maria, CA . Once a way station for the rich and famous, this historic inn is said to still be inhabited by the ghost of a murdered sea captain and many other spirits.

Leg 2

The RMS Queen Mary – a famous and historical landmark, the Queen Mary is known as one of the most haunted places in America and once served as a WWII transport vessel. Almost 50 deaths are attributed to this retired ocean liner that is now docked in Long Beach, CA.

Leg 3

The Magic Castle – The Magic Castle in Hollywood, CA is the headquarters of the Academy of Magical Arts. Spooky occurrences are said to happen in many areas of the castle such as ghostly sightings of magicians past and spectral children slipping their hands into the hands of patrons. Though the Magic Castle itself does not offer accommodations, we will be staying next door at the Magic Castle Hotel.