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Submitted by Julie
Comment by Rebecca: From what I've read it used to be a Chumash village. Can't find much online about what happened to them... (still looking).
If you know the real history of Nipomo not the white wash version you would know Nipomo is cursed. Ghost are the least of the energy. The very ground runs red with the blood. If you listen quietly you will here the cries of the dead when they were murdered by greed and evil to clear the land of their souls.
They are still there roaming, hiding from the ranchers that tricked them by saying they were having a party then poisoned them. Or when Fremont's men brutalized the Indians when he was staying with the Dana's before Fremont was brought up to be court-martial which if you know history you know his entire statement was erroneous concerning historic events.|
Do you really believe all the violence and murders in that small town is just happen-stance. No it's a cursed land waiting to be free when truth is spoken, when small ranchers and others stop hoarding Indian artifacts. Give them back, let other see them. Get rid of your attitude that if you report the ''quote'' government will be all over your land wanting to dig. Really, are you for real, you really care about Nipomo.|
Until you let the light in Nipomo will always be fragmented and cursed.
Submitted by Nita
Comment by John: But they have a fabulous swap meet!.
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