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A ghost known as the Black Lady haunts this site. She has been seen in the living room as well as on the balcony.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    4200 Olivas Park Dr.
    Ventura, California
    United States

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    GPS:
    34.24338414674823, -119.2424091891632
    County:
    Ventura County, California
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    1. A ghostly girl in white has been seen on the second floor, as well as a figure of a woman with no eyes in the rose garden. I have seen the little girl several times. She looks out the windown of the children’s room. There ia also a creepy doll that seems to move about by itself. It is also in the children’s room.

    2. My grandpa who cant read or write or speak english was riding his bike in the morning to work around 4-5am and he said he saw a lady with no eyes and she would disappear when he would get close to her and she sometimes screams and it echos. But he sees he in a different area.

    3. Years ago my sister, niece and nephew and I went out to Olivas Adobe. It must have been a Sunday, because they were closed. But we walked around for a few minutes and decided to leave. Packing the kids back in the car, my 2 or 3 year old (at the time) nephew points at a window and says…”The lady!” I knew it was haunted but didn’t know the details until recently!

    4. I was called to Secure the area while a party was taking place, as a security guard I am told to make patrol rounds around the property and make presence known… well as I was walking toward the house I felt some small rocks thrown at me. I had mistaken some children to had thrown the objects at me but no one was there. as I continue to walk in front of the home next to the windows on the lower level I felt as if someone was watching me and I had seen a light on with a doll next to the lamp which made me think “well someone is possibly in the home or a staff member had been in the room” so I hurried back to where the party was at and finished my shift with nothing else happening. at the time I had no idea of it being haunted due to being new to the County, until I had found this website it all made sense of what was going on that night.

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