Temecula, California Ghost Sightings - PAGE 4
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Submitted by Saxon
Categories: indians, spirits, animals, school, man
Corte Salinas Street Temecula, CA. I grew up with a family of ghosts we all would see. There was a man that always dressed in red plaid. He used to run down the hallway and disappear when he got to you. There was a woman always dressed in a beautiful white gown and always sat on the stairs. Then there was this little girl also in a beautiful white gown about 5 years of age. She would be seen outside mostly. First time I saw her I was as tall as her. She was standing literally right next to the door to go inside, and she just stared at me. Then she took a fancy to sitting in front of our house, and neighbors would call us concerning about the child outside.
They stopped showing themselves slowly, but they would do things to let us know they were still there. Every Christmas an ornament would fly off the Christmas tree at a very high speed as if it was thrown. The strangest thing that would happen is that glass bowls would explode. Sometimes they would explode in the fridge. But we never ever found the bottom part of the bowls. They always exploded in 3 pieces, and the bottom completely gone like someone cut it away. We moved in 09, and I've always wondered if the new owners have the same issues because we were the first owners .
Submitted by Bridges |
Categories: christmas, tree, family, children, man
If you're a teenager and live in Temecula/Murrieta, you have probably heard and/or have been to the ''haunted mill. '' There are a few back stories; a lot are different. Supposedly a long time ago a family and two daughters owned the mill, along with their caretaker. The caretaker hanged one of the daughters in the middle window and forced the other daughter to watch. Now the girl haunts the middle window of the mill. I also have heard from people who live by the mill that a teenager fell off the top of the mill and died a long time ago as well.
Anyways back to my experience, a few years ago a few friends and I decided to go. It was about 2-3 am. We drove there, and when we arrived out front we climbed through the hole in the fence and walked to the back of the mill. Like I said, this was a few years ago when there was still an opening in the back to get inside of the mill. We climbed up the little ladder into the hole in the back wall to get inside. It was really scary, and I was the last one to climb in. Once we got there, my friends walked into the front room, but I stayed behind with another one of my friends because I was too scared. About five minutes later, my friends come back saying they saw a shadow and wanted to get out of there. We all freaked out and hopped back up through the window and climb out.
Once we were all out, we stood in front of the window in the back of the mill, still talking. It began to get quiet. Then we heard crying coming from the inside of the mill. At first it was really faint and didn't even sound like crying. We almost mistook it for a dog barking, but then the crying got louder, angrier, and turned into crying and screaming. We all freaked out and ran into the car and drove off. We think it was the girl who haunts the window. It was almost like a replay of the incident that supposedly happened years ago. Freaky stuff, I'll never forget it.
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