The factory is blown up during mission Trojan Voodoo by Tommy Vercetti. After this, rumors circulated that the factory's ruins are haunted by the Haitian gang, most notably, the headless ones. However, despite the numerous claims, this is very unlikely to be true, and most likely just serves as a normal location after the mission.
Players have demonstrated that the factory can be seen in its original state, even after blowing up, giving the impression of a ghost building. However, it's likely to be a rare glitch.
Several of the sightings emerged pretty late after the release, most notable in 2016. One of the users, claims to have experienced an odd phenomenon in the ghostly reinstated factory, the user tracked a strange pedestrian, eventually discovering him dead under unknown circumstances, to his shock, no blood was spilled upon shooting the corpse multiple times, astonishingly giving the impression of a ghost pedestrian. However, a technical explanation is applicable that the game doesn't load specific codes at times, leading to such a phenomenon. This most commonly occurs with the Supercop, whereas the death incident is yet to be explained.
|“||So I was walking around at the Haunted Haitian Drug Factory, which appeared in it's previous state due to the common glitch. Normal enough. Well, I saw a pedestrian walking around this place, which as far as I am concerned, is also normal. Well, I saw this one pedestrian walking around, the first ped I saw in there actually, so as a new myth hunter in VC I was exited and followed him around.||”|
|- Gunshow20, GTA Myths Wiki user.|
Other paranormal discoveries made in the area include the Ghost Hobos, which have been spotted in a nearby alley and linked to the drug factory.
The Factory Debris, located inside a building in Little Haiti, is an unused model of the drug factory left in the game for unknown reasons.