A Ghost Visits Los Angeles and Talks to His Family.
Somewhat Different from the General Run of Troubled Spirits — He Blows Cold Wind and Looks Sad.
(Los Angeles Times, Feb. 7, 1882) The old, old ghost business has been revived in this city once more. It is always easy to find a number of persons who will take up and make a sensation out of a little noise made at midnight, when ghosts are supposed to kick up rows and disturb the quiet of good people who want to sleep. But Los Angeles has got a genuine ghost this time for certain. Said ghost has been seen and heard to talk. This troubled spirit has gone out of the old, time-worn groove and instead of kicking over tables, knocking down chairs, groaning, weeping and turning everybody’s blood to ice by yelling and making unearthly noises, it blows