The Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula was built in 1911 in the old English Tudor style. It is a beautiful building, but it could be described as having a somewhat ugly past! The history of The Glen Tavern Inn is rich and colorful, with a hefty dose of dark and seedy moments.
It is a fascinating building once frequented by the stars, which fell on hard times after prohibition was introduced, and the 3rd floor became a speakeasy, brothel, and gambling den. This is likely to have triggered the majority of the paranormal activity reported here.
One of the most well-known hot spots is Room 307, which is haunted by two ghosts, a cowboy known as Calvin and a prostitute.
Calvin is tall and thin, wearing a white shirt and sporting long hair and a goatee beard. He has been seen walking through walls and is often captured in photographs taken by guests.