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And I can't help but think that track of homes was built on some land that had some bad things happen on it. We rented the home out when we bought another home in Wildomar and unfortunately the families that lived there ended up in divorce.
We now live in another newly built home on the border of Murrieta and have none of this in the new home. I can't help but wonder if it has something to do with the native Americans that lived here before the Spaniards
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Submitted by Mars
Comment by Trudy
: Mars, I think it's more than a few. I started trying to get help for the house my daughter lived in, then mine too which is kitty corner from that house. I've been searching for more stories and have so many. I just wonder just how much of everything built in the area is on top of Indian burial grounds. I think a lot is exactly that. Any info you can share to help get professional paranormal investigators here to help, please send trudster9595 @icloud.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Categories: home, shadows, family, evil
I owned a brand new home in Wildomar (2005) in the Saratoga subdivision next to andulasia. The house seemed to bring bad luck to all that lived in it. At night while you would sit in the living room out of the corner of your eye you would see a black shadowy figure dash up the stairs.
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