Ohlone Burial Grounds

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Reports say these grounds just down the road from Mission San Jose are fenced off, but a plaque designates the site as an Ohlone burial ground. Here, witnesses say they have photographed orbs, believed to be spirits of Ohlone Indians who died at the mission and were buried here.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Washington and Paseo Padre
Fremont, CA
United States

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GPS:
37.53174214884695, -121.93572282726137
County:
Alameda County, California
Nearest Towns:
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