Highway 101 and Las Virgines

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This area is believed to be haunted by a man who was killed by drunken driver and the driver himself, said to have committed suicide over the event. The accident replays, causing living drivers to have to swerve to miss the phantom white car.

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Highway 101 and Las Virgines
Near Agoura, CA
United States

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34.14846811101544, -118.69787979121611
Los Angeles County, California
Nearest Towns:
Agoura, CA (2.3 mi.)
Hidden Hills, CA (2.7 mi.)
Calabasas, CA (3.5 mi.)
Oak Park, CA (4.3 mi.)
Agoura Hills, CA (4.5 mi.)
West Hills, CA (4.6 mi.)
Woodland Hills, CA (5.4 mi.)
Westlake Village, CA (6.2 mi.)
Topanga, CA (6.7 mi.)
Canoga Park, CA (6.8 mi.)


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  1. I DO NOT believe in ghosts at all. In this location specifically I saw something that shook me to the core. I used to live in sB and when I lived there, my boyfriend at the time lived in Oxnard. I had moved down to OC and my ex remained in Oxnard. He took the Amtrak down every other weekend Santa Ana station and took the last train back as they stopped relatively early. We happened to be in Irvine for his train back and the Irvine station is pretty confusing. This lead me to angrily have to drive him to Oxnard. On the way home in this EXACT location (at that time had never heard of a ghost being here), I happened to glance down to change the song on my iPhone. The MOMENT I glanced up, there was clearly what I thought to be a girl standing in the center of the highway. I’ve never seen anything like this but wanting to avoid the figure, I swerved into the other lane. I was thinking who in the entire hell just stands in the middle of a highway, crazy person!!!!! Looking back in anger and frustration, the figure was no longer there. I assumed it was a girl but it happened so fast, I can’t even tell you why I made that assumption. Chalking it up to exhaustion, I tried to ignore it but it creeped me out strongly. About a month later, I read about that very spot having a ghost. The reason I know is that I considered calling 911 but how would I explain that it was there one moment and gone in the rear view. I would sound like a complete nut.

  2. I hiked the Anza trail there on a dark, gray winter day. I just knew at the time that it felt a bit spooky. There is a side road parallel to the 101 freeway that dead ends, and people can park to walk the trail. There were a few other people hiking and parked there, or I would have turned around and left. I tend to get a “vibe” off of a place, and this one was a negative one. I am finding the story validates that “bad feeling,” or sense of something “off” about the area.

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