Lompoc Furniture Mart

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This building was formerly the town morgue, and the apparition of a woman in period clothing has been seen walking around the upper floor of the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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103 S H Street
Lompoc, CA
United States

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34.63801390039968, -120.45806238058498
Santa Barbara County, California
Nearest Towns:
Lompoc, CA (0.1 mi.)
Mission Hills, CA (3.5 mi.)
Vandenberg Village, CA (4.9 mi.)
Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA (8.3 mi.)
Los Alamos, CA (12.6 mi.)
Casmalia, CA (14.4 mi.)
Buellton, CA (15.2 mi.)
Orcutt, CA (15.8 mi.)
Sisquoc, CA (18.3 mi.)
Solvang, CA (18.5 mi.)


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  1. The now Denmat building on Central Ave in Lompoc. The workers downstairs say they hear children playing will the computer and chairs, and hear running from the upstairs. I was here one Sunday afternoon and heard the running and I work upstairs, this was before anyone had told me about the ghost, so it just confirmed it for me.

  2. I worked here in the late ‘80s. A coworker and I were talking on the ground floor across from the office which sits directly underneath the unused elevator shaft. We suddenly noticed a woman in a long white dress and big floppy hat (1930’s flapper style) walking around the upper balcony which surprised us because neither of us had seen her come in. As he started to walk toward the stairs, we watched as she walked to the elevator shaft, opened the side maintenance door, and stepped through closing the door behind her. We both ran upstairs to this maintenance door and tried opening the nailed shut door. To this day, I am at a loss for an explanation.

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