“Ghost on the Beach” Poster, taken on the beach next to the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego County. It’s a fantastically beautiful photo waiting to hang on your wall. It also happens to be one of the best photographic recreations of the ghost of Kate Morgan to date. It displays the tough, edgy attitude that the actual ghost is said to possess.

The story of Kate Morgan, an actual guest who died on the hotel grounds under mysterious circumstances in 1892, is now the celebrity ghost haunting the famous Hotel del Coronado. And people over the years swear that her ghost haunts her former room as well as the beach. Kate Morgan may just be the most famous ghost in all of Southern California. But are the facts surrounding her death true? Is she a legitimate ghost or a marketing ploy?

The answers will surprise you.

The Hotel del Coronado’s history and ghost legends are discussed in the book HAUNTED BY HISTORY VOL. 1: SEPARATING THE FACTS AND LEGENDS OF EIGHT HISTORIC HOTEL AND INNS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA by Craig Owens. Did you know that it recently won an award and received a Publishers Weekly star review?

Why did Owens stage elaborate photos in haunted hotels like the Hotel del Coronado? Simple. He feels that renting an entire location for three-four days to conduct a multi day photo shoot/paranormal investigation is the best way to test haunted claims. Plus who can deny the beauty and eeriness of the Hotel del Coronado in the wee hours of the morning?

Did Kate Morgan’s ghost check in with Owens and his crew at the Hotel del Coronado? All the info is in the book…plus a detailed history and the hotel’s rich Old Hollywood history. HAUNTED BY HISTORY is also the only book to thoroughly address the Del’s other guests who passed away there from 1890 to 1980. You won’t get that information on the hotel’s docent led tour. Let’s just say the information will surprise you!

About the Photo:

“Ghost on the Beach” Poster conjures up a beauty and romanticism that stands out on its own. It makes a wonderful gift for your ghost loving friends or for yourself. Did you know that Owens took the photo on a crowded beach at sunset? You’d never know.

This poster has a partly glossy, partly matte finish and it’ll add a touch of sophistication to any room.

• 10 mil thick
• Slightly glossy
• Fingerprint resistant

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