At Adelaida Cemetery, locals say its ghostly inhabitants may swipe your car keys. It is said to be haunted by Charlotte Sitton, a minister’s wife who committed suicide at age 19 in December 1890. She visits late Friday nights in a white nightgown to lay flowers on the grave of her child, who died of diphtheria. In some versions of the story, Charlotte wears a pink dress and is called the Pink Lady. The cemetery also is said to have a tree that bleeds. Adelaida Cemetery is closed at dusk, and trespassing after dark is not allowed.
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- 9899 Chimney Rock Rd
Paso Robles, California
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- 35.65638564043461, -120.8740845322609
- San Luis Obispo County, California
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- Lake Nacimiento, CA (5.0 mi.)
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San Miguel, CA (12.0 mi.)
Cambria, CA (13.2 mi.)
Cayucos, CA (14.8 mi.)
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Atascadero, CA (16.2 mi.)
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Morro Bay, CA (20.1 mi.)
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