The Hollywood Legion

THE HOLLYWOOD LEGION
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

The story of The Hollywood Legion.

The Hollywood Legion has a rich old history dating back as far as its beginning in 1929. Many have described the architecture to be that of an Egyptian Revival Moroccan Deco. The building itself has always been a legion and is now registered as a Los Angeles Historical Landmark.

Even though many of the ghosts that haunt the Hollywood Legion did not necessarily die here, they did frequent the legion during their lives and may return to enjoy the parties. Many of these apparitions are well-known stars of the past.

As for the spooky stuff:

  • Humphrey Bogart has been seen and heard in the basement bar.

  • A helpful ghost has been seen many times offering to aid the TV and film crews with their equipment and then vanishing after the work is done.

  • Applause coming from an empty auditorium during rehearsals is often heard.

  • DJ’s have seen a ghost that will speak to them in the downstairs bar.

  • Visitors reported hearing loud banging noises.

  • Men and women’s laughter has been noted in the Atrium room around the balcony. Many believe is sounds as if the women could be being chased around the balcony.

The only death that was reported at the Hollywood Legion is that of Bar Manager Marshall Wyatt that fell from the stairs in 2000 and died. The current manager also believes that Marshall is still haunting the Legion.

As for the rest of the ghostly occurrence, one can only speculate why these famous stars of the past enjoy the Hollywood Legion. However, if you never got the chance to see them perform while they were alive you may desire a trip to the Hollywood Legion to see such stars as Clark Gable, Gene Autry, and Humphrey Bogart come back from the dead to entertain.


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