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I have other stories that happened to me when I lived on Main Street. I will post those in a separate blog.
Submitted by Robin
Categories: eyes, closet, apartment, man
Many years ago I was a lifeguard at the El Segundo Plunge. One morning during a master's swim workout each light went out in order and individually around the pool. That was until only the one over the high dive was on. The lights were three to a switch, and there were multiple switches. There is no explanation for lights on one switch going off individually, not that the very next switch would start having lights go off in order. Then the next and then the next.
One night as I was locking up and was the last in the building to set the alarm, I heard someone running on the wooden bleachers towards me. The wood bleachers had a very distinct sound since they were hollow underneath down to a large concrete box that held the men's locker room. The hollow sound of someone running on those bleachers made me turn around and look through the plexiglass windows that separated the pool area from the lobby. No one was in the building. However, the footsteps were still headed my way.
Lifeguards who were there before me used to tell me that they had experiences such as they were the one who turned off the lights and were the last ones out of the building, but as they would drive away all the lights would be on. It is an interesting old building.
Submitted by Mike |
Categories: locker_room, lifeguard, pool, witch, building
There is a large Native American history in the south bay. There was a large salt flat located at the base of 190th at the AES power plant. Salt was gathered by the natives to trade with tribes all over southern California. Wilderness Park was the site of a Native American village as well. There are so many indigenous relics found in new construction built in Hermosa Beach. They tried to pass a law that demanded archeologists be on site while digging.
Submitted by RB
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