Vallecito Stage Station County Park

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A weakly woman on her way to Sacramento died here mid-trip. A woman is seen in a white dress and it is believed to be this woman. Many other ghosts are said to be on this trail ranging from a phantom stagecoach, the ghost of a horse, and mysterious lights.

Submitted by Chris Berglund

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Julian, CA 92036
United States

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32.975655448944025, -116.35533034845139
San Diego County, California
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