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Santa Fe Coast Lines Hospital
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
Linda Vista Hospital, 2008
Linda Vista Hospital is located in California
Location: 610-30 St. Louis St., Los Angeles, California
Coordinates: 34°2′18″N 118°13′2″W / 34.03833°N 118.21722°W / 34.03833; -118.21722Coordinates: 34°2′18″N 118°13′2″W / 34.03833°N 118.21722°W / 34.03833; -118.21722
Built/Founded: 1925
Architect: Gilman, H.L.
Architectural style(s): Mission/Spanish Revival
Governing body: Private
Added to NRHP: January 3, 2006
NRHP Reference#: 05001499

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Linda Vista Hospital, originally known as Santa Fe Coast Lines Hospital, is a former hospital in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, USA. Originally the Santa Fe Railroad Hospital, the hospital was constructed for railroad employees in 1904 and reconstructed in 1924. It is rumored that Howard Hughes would visit the hospital during his time in Los Angeles, occupying the entire top floor of the hospital by himself during his stays.

The hospital[2] ceased operation as a medical facility in 1990. Since that time, it has been used primarily as a filming location. Notable works shot on location at Linda Vista include the 2004 Horror Movie BOO[3] which was filmed entirely on location there also Moonlight the TV series, Outbreak, End of Days, Pearl Harbor, the Pilot episode for ER, an investigation location for The Othersiders, the music video for Garbage song "Bleed Like Me", music video for Duran Duran song "Falling Down", in an episode of Charm School with Ricki Lake, Dexter and the Abandoned Hospital in "The Colony" and "Special ops Mission" from Discovery.

The hospital was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in January 2006. It is located at 610 S. St. Louis Street, Los Angeles, California.

Ghost Adventures investigated Linda Vista Hospital and aired on December 11, 2009 on the Travel Channel.

"Local Ghost Haunts" investigated Linda Vista Hospital and has released their episode through youtube on December 08, 2009.[4]

On January 15, 2010, "Local Ghost Haunts" premiered Episode 2.5 where they returned to Linda Vista Hospital to investigate and debunk some of the claims made by Ghost Adventures, and the investigators they interviewed while there. Local Ghost Haunts was able to show why most of the E.V.P's captured by other paranormal groups, were most likely caused by an outside source due to a vast amount of open windows, which are directly across the street from Hollenbeck Park . After two investigations, a lack of paranormal experiences, and no evidence captured, the Local Ghost Haunts crew determined Linda Vista Hospital is not haunted.

See also

http://www.24breakingnews.com/linda-vista-community-hospital.html

References

http://www.7issues.us/2009/12/linda-vista-community-hospital.html http://www.24breakingnews.com/linda-vista-community-hospital.html

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