Cara Way

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Cara Knott was a bright and beloved woman murdered by a corrupt police officer named Craig Alan Peyer. Since her death, a memorial has been started parallel to the 15 Freeway with many markers for other tragic deaths. A very high psychic energy is felt here and EVP’s and high EMF ratings are picked up.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Cara Way
San Diego, CA 92131
United States

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32.9408823, -117.1087784
San Diego County, California
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