Parklane Swimming Pool

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In 2012 of 4th of July I was going to work around 6:00 a.m. Tagging along was my mother and father. Then we were driving down 30th avenue passing by the pool with saw a figure of what seems to be an old lady in a black dress. she had white long hair. She was just standing next to a slide looking at the pool it seemed. First to spotted it was me mom. Then my dad. And I last. We all saw it clearly and all got chills from it. I told my father who was driving to stop and turn around so that i could get a picture of it. but he was to frightened to do so. That pool did not open until around 12:00 noon that day so i wouldn’t understand what a person could be doing there. Also right next to that pool, across the street, is a house where an old lady dies who we bought furniture from after her death which her family were selling at a yard sell. Her house had always looked creepy(forest like) because the insane amount of trees, plants, and bushes she had in her yard. but after her death the house got remodeled with a garage and new landscape installed. But, this could have been her standing at the pool that early morning.


(Submitted by Arturo Gutierrez)

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13003 East 30th Avenue
Aurora, CO 80011
United States

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39.75854931690414, -104.83608917895253
Adams County, Colorado
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