Haunted Places of Ontario
In Ontario right next to the Union Pacific Tracks there is a 4 story red brick office building that had been deserted for years..
For years we had heard that his place was haunted.. Right across the street was a tire repair shop.. One day as I was waiting for my dad to get his tires changed, I saw a woman up in the third story window.. As I watched her she slowly faded away, not walked away, faded.. The Antique Underground has moved in just recently so the building is once more active with the living.. But at times, it seems the dead are having more fun, scaring the dickens out of the living... It is said, that if you look real closely in one of the old mirrors you can see the ghost of a young girl, maybe six or seven years old.. She is smiling at you and giggling.. Also, on the first floor, in the back portion of the store you can hear glass shattering and a woman's frustrated screams but when you go look to see what's going on, nobody's there and no glass has been shattered.
Also in Ontario out in Guasti across from the airport, there is a tree that grew up in a big open field where the bodies of an airline crash were laid.. It is the only plane crash that has occurred at Ontario, during World War II. The tree grew has grown all twisted and grotesque and its roots are nearly 75 deep.. As you approach the tree you will hear the ruffling of thousands of crows on branches but you cannot see them.
And lastly in Ontario at the old Beverly hotel, people often reported hearing foot steps on the 2nd floor when no one there, seeing shadows in the southwest 2nd floor corner window, glancing up at the 3rd floor south corner window. and certain areas of the basement cold spots. lights flickering, fire alarms being set off all happening all times of the day.. All of this activity was said to have been eye witnessed by neighbors, the staff at the old hotel and people passing on the street, but never by me...
I paid regular visits to the old hotel doing Process serving on dead beat dads, moms and evictions.. Unfortunately the place was a rats nest, home to a quote unquote brothel, and other rather seedy mob like activities and when it caught fire in the 1990's, the fire dept, located only 2 blocks from the hotel, took its time putting the fire out....That may sound extremely harsh, but you had to understand the political climate of the era. The Mayor resigned, and others in his administration were implicated in various nefarious ventures.. The Ontario fire dept did make sure all of the occupants were out of the building, but because of the buildings notorious history, there was shall we say a lack of enthusiasm in putting out the fire. I know, I was there