Lost Lake Road

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Somewhere around the intersection of the 95 and Lost Lake Road, people have driven by what they have described as an Indian chief in full garb (head-dress, vest, old cowboy clothes). He is older with grayish black hair and a very wrinkled face.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Lost Lake Road
Blythe, CA 92225
United States

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34.0117895, -114.4791922
Riverside County, California
Nearest Towns:
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Cienega Springs, AZ (19.0 mi.)
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East Blythe, CA (28.2 mi.)


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  1. michael joshua boyens  |  

    yes its true i seen him on the wilson agnus road bridge on my way to lauphlin and on the way back my car broke down right where i seen him and then a car came and ran over my dog but he lived realy weird stuff

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