Submitted by Adam from Pasadena, CA. On May 1 1937, During the Great Depression, a woman threw her baby and herself off of the Colorado Street Bridge in Pasadena, CA. Her husband left her and his baby due to financial difficulties, feeling that he could not provide for his family anymore. Miraculously, the baby survived. It is said that the women is confused about where her child is and is [...]

Mar 102012
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Beneath Suicide Bridge

In mid-April, we decided to go back to Pasadena’s Suicide Bridge and explore the area at its base. In our past investigation, we hadn’t ventured below in the darkness. Now this was just a location scout and as far as an investigation all we did was run our H4n recorder to see if we could capture any random EVPs. We parked near the base of the bridge in a small [...]

Pasadena’s Suicide Bridge

After a crazy week at work, what better way to lift our collective spirits than to head over to Pasadena to investigate the infamous Colorado Street Bridge, which is locally known as Suicide Bridge due to the hundred or so people who have jumped from it to their deaths below. It was a chilly night and Carol had brought along some hot tea.  Also joining us was our friend Lenora, [...]

Security Bank Building

The Security Bank Building stands at the corner of Spring & 5th in downtown Los Angeles.  Built in 1906, it was the tallest building in LA until 1911.  In the late 1950s or early 60s, the financial district moved from the area, the bank closed and the building fell into disrepair.  Designated a Historic Cultural Landmark in 2003, the building has since been renovated and now houses upscale lofts.  However, [...]