555 California - Financial District
Built in 1969, this was the world headquarters of Bank of America and, at the time, the tallest building in San Francisco. Shortly after its opening, reports of poltergeist activity happened through out the building; cold spots moving from room to room and files flying off shelves. An employee working late one night reported seeing his own phone move itself off the hook. The source for the hauntings is unknown, although some have theorized it’s the spirits of victims from the 1906 earthquake still trapped in the ground under the building. Others claim it’s the collective energy of so many men and women, controlling the world’s money and desperate for more. Bank of America moved to North Carolina after its 1998 merger with Nations Bank and things have been relatively quiet ever since. Although, what’s really scary is that it’s currently managed by Vornado Realty Trust with 30% owned by a former millionaire president...
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