Although now closed down for renovation to turn into senior housing, most of S.I.U.'s members have visited Linda Vista Hospital many times. It was once The Santa Fe Railroad Hospital. Then it became Linda Vista. In the 1970's gangwars broke out in Los Angeles. Linda Vista attracted many of those victims. In 1991, the hospital became abandoned, as the workers just picked up and left.
This is one of Los Angeles County's most talked about haunted locations. The Cobb Estate, best known as the haunted forest, has had numerous reports of paranormal activity. Disembodied voices and footsteps, strange lights at night, Bigfoot sightings, and rocks/pebbles being thrown at you when no one is there. This place has a power to it that attracts many people.
Built by the firm J.A.L Waddel in 1913, The Colorado St. Bridge is a historic landmark of Pasadena. Unfortunately, it's better known as Suicide Bridge. Close to 200 people have taken their lives by jumping off of this bridge. Since all of these deaths have occurred at the bridge, it has gained a haunted reputation. People have reported seeing phantom figures, people in old fashioned clothing, and spirits of people jumping.
Strange, mysterious, and unexplainable, The Devil's Gate Dam is one of Pasadena's most haunted places. The Jersey Devil has made an appearance here as well.