Dogwood Road Ghost Girl

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A ghost girl, believed to be the spirit of a girl who was killed in a nearby car crash, is said to appear walking along the road after midnight. Rumor has it that if you give her a ride, she will eventually disappear from your car seat. And if you don’t give her a ride, she will sit on your car hood and try to cause an accident.

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Dogwood Road
El Centro, CA
United States

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32.7568309, -115.53486720000001
Imperial County, California
Nearest Towns:
Heber, CA (1.8 mi.)
El Centro, CA (2.9 mi.)
Calexico, CA (5.8 mi.)
Imperial, CA (6.6 mi.)
Seeley, CA (9.4 mi.)
Holtville, CA (9.7 mi.)
Brawley, CA (15.3 mi.)
Westmorland, CA (20.0 mi.)
Calipatria, CA (25.5 mi.)
Ocotillo, CA (26.7 mi.)


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  1. My dad told me a story that he once was driving with my uncle from Yuma AZ, passing from el central ca, going to Salinas ca, for work he had told me that he had pass thru this road, and that he had seen a girl walking on the side of the road around 2-3 am he said they stopped to ask here if she needed help or a ride, they found it strange at first , they thought who would be out walking these areas at these hours, and when they stopped to ask her, a car commimg from the back honked so my dad and uncle turn around to see why the car had honked, when they turned back to talk to the girl she had disappear. Leaving a small fog cloud. My dad and uncle looked at each other and drove away scared. This was a scary story to here . now that I saw this story on the internet out of no were, I come to find out its true of the girl apprance.on this same road make me scared to drive by there I hope not to run into her.

  2. I’ve heard this story for years. The whole time I lived in El Centro we would hear about the ghost that would ride on your car… I wouldn’t drive that road at night that’s for sure.

  3. This story is completely true… When I was in high school I was on imperial high school varsity football team we had a game on a Friday night in San Diego when we got back to the school 12:30 I drove myself to school that day. When I arrive at school I was heading home I got a call to go to brawley to pick up my brother so I took the fastest way to get to brawley so I took this road and when I hit the intersection Ralph Rd and dogwood and I saw the white figure I didn’t hesitate I speed right passed her as I was going it felt like I was still on the same road intersection for a while till a car flashed me with their high beam lights I swerved and slow down and saw the car in front of me saw the same thing as I did. Sorry for the reading guys but the more details says the truth not going to lie.

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