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This was built over the site of a flood that killed 80 people in 1916. Guests have been pulled and staff have sometimes felt a presence that isn’t there.

Submitted by Chris Berglund

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4211 Camino De La Plaza
San Diego, CA 92173
United States

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32.5438603, -117.04331839999998
San Diego County, California
Nearest Towns:
Imperial Beach, CA (4.9 mi.)
Chula Vista, CA (7.1 mi.)
Bonita, CA (7.9 mi.)
National City, CA (9.8 mi.)
La Presa, CA (11.7 mi.)
Coronado, CA (12.7 mi.)
San Diego, CA (13.6 mi.)
Lemon Grove, CA (13.7 mi.)
Spring Valley, CA (14.1 mi.)
Rancho San Diego, CA (15.4 mi.)


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  1. Corte Salinas street Temecula, CA. I grew up with a family of ghosts we all would see. There was a man that always dressed in red plad, he used to run down the hallway and disappear when he got to you. There was a woman, always dressed in a beautiful white gown, and always sat on the stairs. Then there was this little girl, also in a beautiful white gown, about 5 years of age. She would be seen outside mostly. First time I saw her I was as tall as her, she was standing literally right next to the door to go inside, and she just started at me. Then she took a fancy to sitting in front of our house, and neighbors would call us, conceded about the child outside. They stopped showing themselves slowly, but they would do things to let us know they were still there. Every Christmas, an ornament would fly off the Christmas tree at a very high speed, as if it was thrown. And the strangest thing that would happen is that glass bowls would explode…sometimes they would explode in the fridge..but we never ever found the bottom part of the bowls..they always exploded in 3 pieces, and the bottom completely gone, like someone cut it away. We moved in 09 and I’ve always wondered if the new owners have the same issues.

  2. nike store in san ysidro has stories if you talk to some of the employees there.

    a young girl has been seen there and sometimes stuff would move on its own.

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