Amber has curated a trail of five properties in LA with a spooky or magical history called: Witch Houses 2: Fairytales, Castles and Cottages.
This trail was curated in association with Friends of Residential Treasures: LA (FORT) whose aim it is to: “promote stronger civic identity among and cohesion between the many urban villages that make up Los Angeles County by celebrating, studying, preserving, and increasing access to the historically and architecturally significant homes of Los Angeles.”
Amber’s work researching her Echo Park Coven Trilogy of novels inspired her to create this spooky trail saying:
“When you first think of Los Angeles, the image of swaying palm trees, clear blue skies and sun dappled beaches probably fills your mind. But there’s a spookiness to the city, a magical and mysterious dark side hidden beneath the sun-bleached façade. Follow the breadcrumbs and let this trail lead you into the witchy heart of Los Angeles.”
Having written about magic and witchcraft in a series of novels set in Los Angeles, I’ve spent a lot of time searching out the city’s hidden paths, secret byways, and spooky architecture to use as texture for my stories. This trail gives you a taste of just how much magic and fantasy there is in Los Angeles.”
For more information about this fascinating and spooky and magical trail click the link below and enter your email address. This will allow you to download a PDF which will give you more information about all five locations included on the trail and the rules that are to be followed for anyone who wants to experience it for themselves.
I love history and I wish I could experience Amber’s trail for myself. I hope everyone who can, enjoys their journey into the witchy heart of Los Angeles.
Disclaimer: AmberBenson.TV is not involved in any way with FORT LA and we have no connection to any of the properties featured in the Witch Houses 2: Fairytales, Castles and Cottages trail. This post is for informational purposes only. We are simply trying to spread the word about an exciting project curated by Amber Benson.