Old Ventura Pier

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The old pier is supposed to be haunted by a man who was swept into the ocean and drowned during a squall. His ghost can be seen on the pier during stormy weather, signalling for them to leave before vanishing.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

San Buenaventura State Beach
Ventura, CA
United States

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34.27224683944441, -119.29263961210381
Ventura County, California
Nearest Towns:
Ventura, CA (0.4 mi.)
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El Rio, CA (7.8 mi.)
Saticoy, CA (8.2 mi.)
Oxnard, CA (8.4 mi.)
Channel Islands Beach, CA (8.8 mi.)
Oak View, CA (8.8 mi.)
Port Hueneme, CA (10.2 mi.)
Mira Monte, CA (11.2 mi.)
Meiners Oaks, CA (12.1 mi.)


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