Dorothea Puente House

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The Puente House was a boarding house for senior citizens, but owner Dorothea Puente was convicted of murdering her tenants and burying them in the yard so she could cash in their social security checks. Photographs taken of the house have shown anomalies and ectoplasm mist.

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Geographic Information

Address:
2100 F Street
Sacramento, CA
United States

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GPS:
38.5804339, -121.47641099999998
County:
Sacramento County, California
Nearest Towns:
Sacramento, CA (1.0 mi.)
West Sacramento, CA (2.9 mi.)
Arden-Arcade, CA (5.5 mi.)
Parkway, CA (5.9 mi.)
Rosemont, CA (6.4 mi.)
La Riviera, CA (6.5 mi.)
Florin, CA (6.9 mi.)
Rio Linda, CA (7.8 mi.)
Freeport, CA (8.3 mi.)
Carmichael, CA (8.4 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothea_Puente

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  1. I did a remodel on the back of the house sometime in the late 90’s the neighbors house catch fire and it burned the back corner of the house . My bosses were with me , Paul and Steve is what I will give . Anyway I had to go in and unbolt these wood covers on the doors and windows , so they pried open one of the panels for me to slip in . Being in there alone I heard thing fall over and a couple things banging together , so I yelled I was inside and had a weapon so if it was a person , you better call out . Well nothing was found in the home after we entered to do repairs . Not sure what was even making the sounds since nothing was made of the materials to make the sounds . It did have a different feeling in the house , that we all noticed . So really don’t know what made the noise , but we fixed the house and got out of there as fast as we could .Oh my name is Eric

    • In 2004 – My son, my dad, my uncle, and I all lived in the lower level next to this house (the house that caught on fire) … when we signed the lease agreement my son, who at the time was four years old, was playing in the room that he and I would share. When my dad and I went to the room he was playing in the closet. We sat down and watched him play, all of a sudden my son stopped playing, looked at the floor in the closet, turned around and looked at both my dad and I … and in a strong assertive voice he said, “we have to hurry up and clean up this blood before this place burns down” … he’s turned around and then resumed plyimg as if nothing had happened. We didn’t learned about the house fire until months later when we were experiencing some plumbing issues … the landlord mentioned it to us.

      In this house my son would see what he called “pink grandpas” … he would say they would sit next to him and watch TV.

      When my son and I Would he alone in the house … I would hear, doors opening and closing … as well as the cabinets in the kitchen …

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