Julia Morgan House

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Co-workers at the time in the late 1990s heard children crying, images of a man in a top hat and concentrated areas where the smell of grilled onions would invade our sense of smell. This personally happened to me twice. A neighborhood cat would often accompany me into the building in the early morning hours and she would stop while grooming herself and sit and stare with fully dilated eyes at what appeared to be nothing. Oftentimes we could feel but not see a presence in the hallways.

This home was formerly called the Goethe House. It was built by Julia Morgan for the Goethe family.

(Submitted by Lori)

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Geographic Information

Address:
3731 T St
Sacramento, CA
United States

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GPS:
38.5594168, -121.46043830000002
County:
Sacramento County, California
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