Desert Ridge High School

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Kids like to creep each other out with tales of the boy who roams the halls striking the lockers.

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Geographic Information

Address:
10045 E Madero Ave
Mesa, AZ 85209
United States

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GPS:
33.37095587856713, -111.6175102732941
County:
Maricopa County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Apache Junction, AZ (5.0 mi.)
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Gilbert, AZ (10.0 mi.)
Mesa, AZ (12.4 mi.)
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San Carlos, AZ (13.6 mi.)
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Santan, AZ (17.1 mi.)
Tempe, AZ (17.1 mi.)
Fountain Hills, AZ (17.6 mi.)

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  1. Yeah I went to school here all for years and nothing like this ever happened. Nobody ever told stories and nobody ever died on campus or anything. There was literally nothing.

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