FROM Richard Carradine
The Ghost in Barney's Beanery We can't do a Halloween show without a ghost story, and we take you now to Barney's Beanery in West Hollywood, a restaurant that's been on Santa Monica Boulevard for almost 91 years. That's long enough for a history of strange experiences, right up to the present day. We hear about one such experience from restaurant manager Jonah Dumont, who started working at Barney's just a year ago, and from Richard Carradine, founder of Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles .
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