KEA Grain Mill

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Legend has it that a teenage girl wearing a blue dress haunts the middle window at the top of the tower…
A mysterious fire completely destroyed the inside and charred the outside of KEA milling…..

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24717 New Clay St
Murrieta, CA
United States

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33.5530123, -117.21911069999999
Riverside County, California
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  1. Can’t believe it’s true. I used to live by the mill, after school I’d walk home passing the mill and I swear I saw a girl with a white or light blue dress standing in the middle of the window or opening, ever since that day I’d always avoid it. It creeped me out.

  2. There’s a window opening on the backside of the building that gets filled in (with concrete?) but people knock it open sometimes. I hopped in through that window back in 2013 and took my high school senior photos in there. There’s an area with no ceiling before you can hop into the actual building. We got into the property through a hole in the fencing.

  3. My friend and I went there with my 1 yr old son in the car just to drive by it a d check it out. And I felt a small hand grab my arm as to warn me of something and my friend said she felt this energy telling her to get out if the car and go inside the building a d up to the windows and she felt something push her lower back and left a mark. Then after I heard someone whisper in my ear to drive and leave.
    When I got home I noticed in the rear window a bunch of hand prints along the back and someone looking in to look at my son. Scared us both shitless

  4. I can definitely confirm this me and my friend were doing a photoshoot on the field across the way we got close to the mill and I kept seeing a girl in the window peeking her head out and looking at us I noticed my friend looking frequently too but didn’t tell her what I saw and later I asked her about it and she saw exactly the same thing in the same window we also felt very uneasy the whole time and like someone was watching us

  5. My wife and I arrived around 830 pm, as we approached their were a few cars parked but they scattered once we approached. The night air was cool but inviting. The building looked ominous against the dark sky. We wandered along the fence line hoping to discover a way to enter, luckily their was a hole cut into the metal fence just Infront of the only tree on the property. Once inside we investigated with my cell phone light. I started snapping pictures with the flash on dieing to see the young ghost girl that is said to haunt the place. Unfortunately we hear no giggles. All of a sudden my wife is pointing up and saying she sees someone looking down at her I immediately take a picture and in the picture their is a white line . I didn’t feel any negative energy and would definitely go back, it’s worth the trip.

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