Rancho Guajome Adobe

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One of the former owners, Ysidora, is said to be here and could possibly be the reason people hear crying the chapel. A male figure has also been seen on the grounds and might possibly have been the skeleton discovered hidden within these walls during a renovation in the 1970’s.

Submitted by Chris Berglund

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2210 N Santa Fe Ave
Vista, CA 92083
United States

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33.2333535, -117.25395020000002
San Diego County, California
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