Although the story focuses on Lopez, it contains this interesting anecdote about Huizar, who represents Eagle Rock, Downtown L.A. and other parts of Northeast Los Angeles:
More recently, he investigated the strange happenings at the temporary field office of Los Angeles city councilman José Huizar. As soon as they moved in, some staff members began hearing strange knocking noises, bells ringing, and the fire alarm system going off. There were times they even felt woozy.
“We started making excuses,” said administrative assistant Hilda Carrillo. “It was an old building. We thought maybe it is the air conditioning. We ignored it, but it was happening too much.”The office, located at 1868 East 1st St. in Boyle Heights, used to be the location of a rowdy, violent bar called Leon De Oro, and administrative assistant Hilda Carrillo believed the ghost had been killed at the bar, acording to the story.
The details get creepier—a member of the cleaning staff claims to have come face-to-face with the ghost, and Carrillo heard furniture being moved around an upstairs office when no one was there.
Lopez "cleansed" the building and the strange happenings in the building stopped, according to the story. Huizar also no longer uses the building as a field office.
Read the whole fascinating tale here: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/09/15/true-life-i-m-a-part-time-ghost-hunter.html