Santa Ana set for some ghostly goings on
May 28, 2012 by James
The star of NBC Universal’s paranormal investigative series ‘From Beyond’ has said that he wants to introduce a history-packed ghost walk to Santa Ana.
Ramiro Ramirez, a native of the city, is presently preparing for the second series of the popular show. Whilst he says he enjoys touring places for the show, he has an ambition to focus on his home town.
As well as the ghost walk, which will probably see much advertizing through poster printing, flyer printing, and banners when launched, Ramirez hopes to professionally investigate Santa Ana.
On this subject, Ramirez said:
“I always have to go outside of my community to investigate. I really wish I could go inside of my own city.”
He has recently completed a two-part investigation on Fourth Street, where entities were said to be haunting a former movie theater. However, there are other sites which interest him, as he continued:
“There are locations here that haven’t been investigated or even talked about. Why not stay here and do something local?”
Top of his list for investigation is the Santa Ana High School auditorium and a host of downtown bars, such as The Olde Ship Pub, which are rumored to be built above an underground tunnel network linking to City Hall.
Under the auspices of his company, Haunted Orange County, it is hoped that paranormal tours and events will soon be brought to the city.
Following a similar pattern to the tours already run in Orange Town, the events will run at regular times through the midsummer. Taking place at night, they could become a popular local attraction for residents and visitors.