Cemetery of the Holy Sepulcher

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A woman in white is seen wandering the grounds at night. No one knows who she is or why she is still here.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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7845 E Santiago Canyon Rd
Orange, CA 92869
United States

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33.8040409, -117.76899029999998
Orange County, California
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Fullerton, CA (10.1 mi.)
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  1. Every other month I go to the cemetery and clean my mom’s grave, as well as my grandma’s and two cousins. I take my time and walk through the entire cemetery. Over time I’ve come to recognize the names on the surrounding grave stones. I decided it would be a great idea to download a ghost app. The app was throwing out words and names. One name was Mark and I said “well hello Mark How our you?” Immediately after it mentioned islander. I brushed it off and went to the nearest water fountain to fetch water for the grass. On my way back I watch my steps. I try very hard not to step on people’s Graves. Right below my mother I see the name” MARK ” I stop and read the stone. On the top etching is where he is from…..he is an islander….

  2. The lady in white is “old lady Irvine” the relative of the Irvine’s who were early settlers and created the city and many other things.

  3. I remember, as a kid growing up in Orange, about the Lady in White ghost. But it wasn’t Holy Sep she was haunting but the area by Santiago Oaks Regional Park, just a little farther down Santiago Creek.

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