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As an employee, I have witnessed many supernatural things. Whether it be footsteps or a gray shadow in the corner of my eye, there has been an occurrence every week or so for me. Around the times of 2:45-4:00 A.M, our security cameras have picked up motion sensor detection in the abandoned, locked up areas of the hotel (along with lights being turned on). With this location being a WWII hospital in the past, I do believe this place is haunted.

(Submitted by Tom)

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1111 E Cabrillo Blvd
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
United States

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34.417415132395575, -119.67061400821228
Santa Barbara County, California
Nearest Towns:
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