Jim Morrison, the lead singer for The Doors, died on July 3, 1971 in Paris, France. Tomorrow will be the 39th anniversary of his death.
While die-hard fans make the pilgrimage to his grave, others might have better luck paying honor to the singer here in the United States. Specifically, while paying a visit to the bathroom of a certain restaurant in Los Angeles, CA.
The restaurant is called Mexico, and it is located at 8512 Santa Monica Blvd. As far fetched as this sounds, there is a connection to the whole thing that makes the ghost story seem plausible.
The building-turned-restaurant is actually a former recording studio, also known as The Doors Workshop. It is the same studio where The Doors recorded “L.A. Woman”. The bathroom sits exactly where Jim Morrison sat in the booth to record his vocals.
The bathroom is unisex, so Morrison’s spirit is available to all. The bathroom looks sizable enough to fit everyone: male, female, and even Mr. Mojo Risin’ himself.
In a recent AOL News interview, Mexico’s office manager Christine Chilcote made a statement about the paranormal activity in the potty: “Funky things happen all the time we can’t explain. Lights popping on and off at weird times. But when that bathroom door handle jiggles by itself, that’s the weirdest sign. It’s totally inexplicable.”