A couple was crushed to death by a falling tree and had their ashes scattered here. A tree trimmer reportedly was chased out of here and then saw the phrase “Next you die” on his windshield. Another worker died of a heart attack; he could have been saved, but a radio malfunction prevented it. People have reported a suffocating feeling and chest pains. Electronics will sometimes stop working and other people have gotten the message “Now you die” on their windshields or in one case, carved into someone’s flesh.
Submitted by Chris Berglund
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- Mt Hollywood Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90027
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- 34.1354669, -118.30417290000003
- Los Angeles County, California
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Haunted table 29 was debunked, it started off as a Halloween joke by a fake la times page and got picked up everywhere else as authentic.
I’ve also visited the table but it’s not much different than any other table there.
Are you sure? I know many people who have seen and felt things near the picnic table, some who have been choked and some have heard people screaming, groaning, and gurgling as if someone has blood coming from an unseen persons mouth