Living For the Dead: All the Haunting Locations Revealed

From the creators of ‘Queer Eye‘ who collaborate with Kristen Stewart, serving as an executive producer, Living For the Dead’ is a horror documentary series that follows the likes of five queer and fabulous beauties — Alex Le May, Juju Bae, Ken Boggle, Logan Taylor, and Roz Hernandez — who visit different states and cities, helping the living by dealing with the dead in their unique ways by exploring some of the world’s most infamous haunted locations.

Together, the Ghost Hunties shed light on the untold stories and try to bring acceptance between the living and the dead. Given the use of some interesting locations, including the haunted establishments and other surrounding areas, the show is bound to spark some questions regarding the actual filming sites in the minds of the audience. If you are one such curious soul, we have got you covered!

Living For the Dead Filming Locations

‘Living For the Dead’ is filmed across different states of the nation, including Arizona, Nevada, Kentucky, Ohio, and Missouri, especially in Bisbee, Scottsdale, Tonopah, Las Vegas, Louisville, Cleveland, and St. Louis. The principal photography for the debut season of the paranormal series seemingly commenced in February 2023 and continued through the following couple of months, before wrapping up in April of the same year. Now, without further ado, let’s get a detailed account of all the specific locations where the Ghost Hunties look for ghosts in the Hulu series!

Copper Queen Hotel, Arizona

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In the state of Arizona, the production team of ‘Living For the Dead’ reportedly lensed the second episode of season 1. In particular, they set up camp in and around the Copper Queen Hotel at 11 Howell Avenue in Bisbee, Arizona. It is a historic hotel that is said to be haunted by a woman named Julia Powell and the spirit of a boy, Little Billy.

Mea’s Mansion, Arizona

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When it comes to the third episode of the debut season, it was lensed in Mea’s Mansion in Scottsdale, Arizona. It is a private property belonging to Mea who was allegedly being driven out of her own home by some spirit. While Mea and Kathy find it difficult to live inside their own house, the Ghost Hunties try to interact with the alleged spirit to calm things down at the property.

The Clown Motel, Nevada

The state of Nevada served as the primary production location for the pilot of ‘Living For the Dead’ season 1. The Ghost Hunties stay in The Clown Motel at 521 North Main Street in the unincorporated town of Tonopah for the first episode. It is allegedly haunted by the ghost of Clarence Davis and a bunch of other spirits. Moreover, the cast and crew members were spotted recording several important scenes outside the motel, in Tonopah Cemetery at 940 North Main Street and Tonopah Liquor Company TLC at 133 North Main Street, both in Tonopah.

Palomino Las Vegas Gentlemen’s Club, Nevada

For taping the sixth episode of the debut season, the filming unit of ‘Living For the Dead’ utilized the premise of Palomino Las Vegas Gentlemen’s Club at 1848 Las Vegas Boulevard North in North Las Vegas. Besides that, Atomic Liquors at 917 East Fremont Street in the city of Las Vegas also makes an appearance in a few portions of the episode.

The Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Kentucky

The fourth episode of season 1 of ‘Living For the Dead’ was recorded in the city of Louisville in the state of Kentucky. For instance, the production team set up camp in The Waverly Hills Sanatorium at 4400 Paralee Drive in Louisville, a historic sanatorium that is infamous among the paranormal investigator community. Birdie &Vi’s at 622 West Magnolia Avenue also got featured in the episode at some point.

Louisville Palace Theatre, Kentucky

The following episode, that is, the fifth episode of the Hulu series, featured the Louisville Palace Theatre at 625 South 4th Street in the city of Louisville, Kentucky. This is a venue where Fred Frisch worked for three decades before dying inside the theater itself. Thus, it is believed to be haunted by his spirit among the others.

House of Wills, Ohio

In the seventh episode of season 1 of ‘Living For the Dead,’ the cast and crew members were seen setting up camp in House of Wills at 2491 East 55th Street in the city of Cleveland. Several malevolent spirits are believed to be haunting the historic property. Moreover, a few key portions were lensed in and around University Circle United Methodist Church at 1919 East 107th Street in Cleveland.

Lemp Mansion, Missouri

As far as the final episode of the inaugural iteration is concerned, it was taped entirely in the Lemp Mansion at 3322 Demenil Place in the city of St. Louis in the state of Missouri. What makes it haunted and eerie is the fact that the entire Lemp family died on the property. However, the Ghost Hunties don’t back down from the challenge and face the spirits head-on.

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