KEA Grain Mill

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Legend has it that a teenage girl wearing a blue dress haunts the middle window at the top of the tower…
A mysterious fire completely destroyed the inside and charred the outside of KEA milling…..

(Submitted by Don S.)

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24717 New Clay St
Murrieta, CA
United States

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33.5530123, -117.21911069999999
Riverside County, California
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  1. Can’t believe it’s true. I used to live by the mill, after school I’d walk home passing the mill and I swear I saw a girl with a white or light blue dress standing in the middle of the window or opening, ever since that day I’d always avoid it. It creeped me out.

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