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Comment by Jess: She is also seen in Texas.
Categories: lady, children, lake
The story of the woman with the noose around her neck is based on actual fact. My father who was a CHP officer at the time was heading back to the station right off the 99. Right at the intersection of Mckee near Bear Creek, there used to be a very tall and large tree.
A call had been placed through dispatch because a woman had taken her life by hanging herself on that tree. Apparently the woman had been suffering terribly from cancer and decided to end her life.
Documents of the woman's death was probably in the Merced sun star in the late 60's, early 70's. I remember this incident growing up in Merced. I am withholding my name out of respect to the suicide victim.|
In turn, like all restless souls, I hope she finds peace.
Submitted by Anonymous
Comment by K: There was a woman who hanged herself off McKee, but it was just past Brookdale Drive in a vacant field near Black Rascal Creek.
Comment by P: I've heard of the McKee and Bear Creek story once, glad it's verified.
Categories: lady, creek, tree, officers, bears
I lived in Merced from 1976 to 1985. This story used to scare the heck out of me! They called her the Lady of the Lake. There was also the Bear Creek Bogger Man! Scary stuff!.
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