Fletcher Heights HOA Greenbelt

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This Greenbelts a nice place to be for walks and relaxation, and everyone in the area loves going to it. It’s always very calm and nice in the evening, as well.

It’s a story, though, that in 2005, a man shot himself at night in the Greenbelt. They say that he was distraught because his wife was cheating on him, and suffered from depression. Now, his ghost wanders through the Greenbelt at night, passing people on walks, and apparently vanishing when they speak to him. I know many people who experienced this.

The areas great, this is just one of many legends.

(Submitted by Jill C)

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Geographic Information

Fletcher Heights HOA Greenbelt
Peoria, AZ
United States

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33.67230482092225, -112.2360101938466
Maricopa County, Arizona
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