Valleja Naval and Historical Museum

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Witnesses at Vallejo Museum, formerly Vallejo Canteen, a meeting place in the early 1900s, have experienced hauntings here. Legend has it that in 1922, Rose Borgia suffocated in the attic. Her apparition has been seen in the museum singing with a friend, and with her comes a scent of gardenias, which she used to wear in her hair.

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734 Marin Street
Vallejo, Ca 94590
United States

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38.1027778, -122.256305
Solano County, California
Nearest Towns:
Vallejo, CA (0.1 mi.)
Crockett, CA (4.2 mi.)
Rodeo, CA (4.9 mi.)
American Canyon, CA (5.0 mi.)
Port Costa, CA (5.6 mi.)
Hercules, CA (6.2 mi.)
Benicia, CA (6.5 mi.)
Pinole, CA (7.2 mi.)
Bayview, CA (7.4 mi.)
Tara Hills, CA (8.2 mi.)

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