Richard Carradine

Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles

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Founder of Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles, a social club for ghost enthusiasts

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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.

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.

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