1888 Bath House - Chime's Antiques

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This circa 1888 former bath house now houses a quaint, old-fashioned antique’s store which is rumoured to be haunted. Apparitions reported here include a drowning victim in the basement, a spirit who moves a set of china dolls and an entity that is believed to be a man who was murdered while the baths were still in operation.

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201 W Graham Avenue
Lake Elsinore, CA
United States

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33.6687248, -117.32913150000002
Riverside County, California
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  1. The story I’ve always heard Is that a boy drown in the indoor pool and haunts the upstairs room to the left of the stairway. The pool is now filled in as a courtyard. Having been in the building many times it is very high on the creep factor; Especially that particular room. The building is now used as office space.

  2. Wheb it was an antique store, the back storage room was open to the public, I saw a baby cradle rocking. My daughter and I both tried to stop it from rocking and it would start up again on its own.
    Very very strange.

  3. This is interesting. I am the youngest Grand daughter of Lory and Wilma Watts who owned it for 32 years . The boy that drowned was the sheriff s son. The was taken into the therapy room , which is on the left where the barbershop chair use to be. The pool was enclosed in originally. I believe my Grandparents filled ot in as it was not repairable.
    There is no basement though.

    The girl that playes with dolls this is true and I have seen it. Her name is Cannonball, my Gramma called her, due to she started but moving the cannon balls off shelves. And yes moving the craddles was probably her.

    There is a man that is in a picture at a desk. He was seen numerous times in the left rooms at the front of the shop..

    My Gramma saw a pioneer looking mother with a young girl.

    I was not aware of someone dying in the bath areas. There was 10 at one time,

    The mineral eaters flowed freely from the ground in the back yard when I was young. But It was not running ad of the year before it sold.
    Thats for sharing this place holds a special place in my Families heart .

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