Hollywood has meant many things to many people throughout its illustrious history, but nowadays, Tinseltown is best known for the three G's-Glitz, Glamour, and Ghosts. Read about the celebrity apparitions who touch visitors at the Hollywood Wax Museum with ghostly hands; the phantom bartender at the elegant Yamashiro Restaurant who startles diners; the lively spirits at The Formosa Caf?who drink right along with the customers. You won? want to miss Clift Montgomery's bugle call at The Hollywood Roosevelt ; Janis Joplin's presence at the Highland Gardens Hotel; Bela Lugosi's daily visit to the famous intersection of Hollywood and Vine; and the final resting place for dozens of Hollywood luminaries at The Hollywood Forever Cemetery. There are curses and murder and mayhem aplenty, for in Hollywood the show still goes on.
Marla Brooks is an entertainment writer and author of four books and dozens of magazine articles, including several about the ghosts of Hollywood. Having never lived in a house that wasn't haunted, she has always instinctively been drawn to the paranormal and things that go bump in the night.

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