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Submitted by Bob
Comment by Leann: Yes I have heard about that street in Goleta. I've walked there alone and didn't see anything but that doesn't mean it isn't haunted. There's been a lot of stories said about Santa Barbara, it's a very historical town.
I work at Kamran and Company, a commercial kitchen contractor on Montecito St. Sometimes when I am there late, I hear whispers and occasionally a cool breeze will come through strong enough to ruffle the papers on my desk - even though there are no doors or windows open.
I get really scared and I know that strange things have happened before in this old building.|
Submitted by Ronnie
One foggy morning at about 8:00 am, I was traveling down De La Vina Street. I saw a tall gentleman dressed in a dark blue suit, wearing a top hat and carrying a brass topped cane standing at the corner of Cota and De La Vina. I stopped to let him cross the street and he faded away.
Submitted by Sb
Comment by Mel: I saw the same man one Sunday morning. My father and I were driving down De La Vina. As we passed Victoria and De La Vina we noticed him standing at the corner. As we passed I thought it odd what he was wearing then I figured he was going to the Granada Theater but then realized it was about 7 am. We looked back and he faded away before he even got to the other side of the cross walk.
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