Grauman's Chinese Theater

Victor Killian was a fairly well-known actor about town. Though he was in various productions for both film and television, the one he was recognized most for was a show called Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.

Mr. Killian's story starts off on a lazy Los Angeles evening, in a local bar he was known to attend frequently. It was there he met up with a stranger. Later on that night, after exchanging a few words, they both walked out together. The next morning Mr. Killian was found dead in his own apartment, possibly murdered by the same man with whom he met the night before. His killer was never found, as a result his spirit has been in a state of eternal unrest.

There have been continual reports of seeing a lone man walking up and down the sidewalk in front of Mann's Chinese. Dressed in a trenchcoat and facing downward, he has been recognized to be the spirit of Victor Killian on a constant look-out for the man, or men, who murdered him.

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6925 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

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