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In rpv the cliffs of the portuguse bend are haunted by the lady in white I don't know the full storybut if anyone likes ghost hunting then that's a place to go at night just be careful youll never know what can push you off the cliff...
Submitted by Red

Comment by Angel: This could be the lady of the light house. The story is that her husband was the light house keeper and was washed off the rocks. She goes to find him and is washed away too. I've tried to see her many times but haven't had any luck.

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I grew up in a haunted house on jaybrook drive in rpv.. Different things happened every day from being touched from hearing voices.. To this day I will not go back into that house.. We have heard that people move in that house and within 5 months they move out!!.
Submitted by N


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