As of January 2016, Ryan is the owner and GM of the San Rafael location.This location used to be a train depot, but has been a restaurant since 1977.The old El Rey theatre in Manteca burned down some decades ago the night "The Towering Inferno" opened, owners renovated it and turned it into the Kelley Brothers Brewing Co.it is said that there are still hot spots from the fire, and ghosts of dead firefighters and movie patrons are said to wander the restaurant looking for a way out.Also, as recently as the early 90's, an old Indian man died in the house alone while praying to a religious alter.This room, where the old man died is avoided by the current occupants due to cold and ominous feelings of dread.When workers go to check it out the music and voices stop. Then after she killed them all she made a home for them. If someone came on her grass she would go get a died cat a scare you.
The Lady of the Lake - Believed to be haunted by Margaret Hersh Robertson. Every morning, as was known by many lake residents, Margaret would swim out to the island. She has been sighted numerous times, after her passing, swimming seemingly along side a startled couple in a canoe.
A fire broke out supposedly when the place was a drug store in the late 1950's, killing at least 3 people.
late night workers hear voices and tapping on the upper level of the theater.
Also, a very horrible feeling of foreboding often comes with hearing these cries and screams.
One couple, just using the cemetery as a short cut, heard & felt it, ”The sound and feelings were very alarming in the fact that they seemed to be all around us, as if inside the vehicle with us.