Introducing an exclusive new ghost investigation experience
San Juan Capistrano, CA
The Camino Real Playhouse in historic San Juan Capistrano has lived many lives dating back to the early 1900’s. Located in the heart of old town San Juan Capistrano, nearby the oldest occupied neighborhood in California, Los Rios Street.
What began our love and fascination for theaters, OC Ghosts & Legends was and is the first and only organization to investigate this community staple. The Playhouse exceeded any expectations we had and we deem this haunted hot spot one of our most E.V.P. (electronic voice phenomena) heavy locations.
Our earliest investigations took place in early 2015 – we kept going back. After completion of multiple investigations and obtaining substantial evidence, we presented the Camino Real Playhouse with the acknowledgement (seen right) of being a “haunted landmark.”
Exclusive access to the haunted Camino Real Playhouse for your very own ghost investigation led by members of the OCGL team. Nobody knows the haunted happening’s of the Playhouse like we do. We’ll guide you every step of the way showing you the ropes and give you backstage insight (no pun intended) to what makes this theater a haunted landmark.
4.5 - 5 hours of investigating
Also; pre-walkthrough of the building, brief history overview, investigating 101, equipment overview, Q & A
Various investigative equipment will be made available including (but not limited to): EMF devices, Spirit Boxes, Laser Grids, Audio Recorders, SLS Device, Trigger Objects, Ovilus and Portal communication devices + more
Participate in tested experiments to attempt spirit communication such as the “Estes Method,” our very own “OC Method,” Live EVP listening, Spirit Box communication +others
The clip above describes the moment we captured one of our most profound E.V.P’s (electronic voice phenomena). This is what we could classify as a “Class A EVP.” Listen for yourself
Listen to additional samplings of some amazing E.V.P’s we have captured at the Playhouse. Will we be adding one of yours to the archive?