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St. Luke Medical Center – Haunted Hospital!


St. Luke Medical Center – Haunted Hospital!

St. Luke Medical Center – Haunted Hospital!

Situated in Pasadena, California, the St. Luke Medical Center is an abandoned hospital that has remained closed for the past two decades. Originally constructed in 1933 by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Orange, this eerie establishment has gained notoriety as a favored setting for numerous movies and TV shows. Notable productions that have utilized its haunting ambiance include the critically acclaimed film “La La Land,” as well as the popular television series “Scream Queens” on FOX, where it portrayed the C.U.R.E. Institute Hospital. Additionally, in a memorable episode of the 1970s series “Starsky and Hutch,” the hospital made an appearance. For those curious to catch a glimpse of this iconic location, it can be found on Washington Blvd in Pasadena, California.


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Adding to its impressive list of film appearances, the St. Luke Medical Center also played a role in the production of Quentin Tarantino’s iconic film “Kill Bill: Vol. 1.” The hospital scenes in the movie were shot within the eerie confines of this haunting location in Pasadena, California. With its rich history of serving as a backdrop for various movies and TV shows, the St. Luke Medical Center continues to captivate audiences and filmmakers alike with its unique atmosphere.

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First Published May 10, 2017, 9:55am

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