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As I went a few steps to turn the water off and looked back to go talk to him, he was no longer there. I went inside the house and my family was like nothing watching TV. I asked them if anyone came in and no one saw anything! I don't got scared but I would really like to know about the history of this area since I'm new in this city. I found this page by chance and read something similar on this same area, please anyone who knows about the history reply
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Comment by Haily: It doesn't matter if the house is new, it's the land. The land have been there for years and when people started to build houses and stuff it may have woken up some spirits.
Comment by Ann: I have wondered the same thing because I have lived in the Mines Road area, in fact is the houses across or behind from Villas De San Agustin and for some reason we also experienced some paranormal activity.
The weird part is that my neighbor did too, indeed that was the reason she moved out and as far as for a close friend of mine that lived in the Villas area she also experienced some paranormal things. So I have put it to wonder what's the history behind it.
Comment by anonymous: All I can tell you neighbor is that you are not alone. I experienced paranormal activity from the fist night we slept in the house. I live on Entrada and I cleansed and blessed my whole house..
Its not completely free but the heaviness is not there anymore .. Do it in the name of your family and in the name of Jesus, you will sleep better.
Comment by Sasha: Guys, I'm sorry to tell you that land used to be a place for old crazy people, but I'm talking over 100 years ago. It was a work camp or farm where they used to beat and mistreat crazy people who were seen as unfit for society.
Story has it that in the 90s and even now border patrol could hear a whole bunch of howling when there was no wind. Really weird stuff like that.
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