Old Abandoned School House

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Creepy abandoned school house with lots of unusual activity after dark.

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2nd St
Murrieta, CA
United States

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33.553666866272735, -117.21803015461774
Riverside County, California
Nearest Towns:
Murrieta, CA (0.2 mi.)
Murrieta Hot Springs, CA (3.5 mi.)
Wildomar, CA (4.7 mi.)
Temecula, CA (5.8 mi.)
Sedco Hills, CA (7.4 mi.)
Lakeland Village, CA (9.3 mi.)
Canyon Lake, CA (9.6 mi.)
Lake Elsinore, CA (10.1 mi.)
Rainbow, CA (10.7 mi.)
Quail Valley, CA (10.7 mi.)


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  1. My boyfriend and I took my siblings and cousin “Ghost Hunting” at This Location We Kept Having a Strange Feeling Of Something Watching at Us! So we decided to take some photos and in one particular photo we seen something no of us could explain and we are no experts at photo editing! In this one photo you can see a small figure standing in what looks to be a doorway. Zoom in you can somewhat make out the face which we believe to be young child! It was definitely the highlight of our Ghost Hunting trip!

  2. I remember this place well. Years ago it was an exciting passtime to explore this place. It was owned by a really strange man. He ride a bike and had an old metal helmet with a propellar on it. He had collected all kinds of things. There was a whole room with doll parts and dolls. I went there one Friday night w three friends. We were in this basement room with all theis junk in it. The owner opened fire on us. I dove into a pile of junk and could hear the bullets whizzing around me. Ive never been so terrified in my life!!!!

    • Oh come on Yes, really??? Open fired on you?? baw baw but seriously, is this place open to tour or is it abandoned?? Ghost hunt myself and wondering.. thanks for the info.

  3. I will try again to see if it posts…. is this place open for business, tours, or is it something you are supposed to stay away from? Thank you

  4. Ive been in here many times during the day, but never at night. I went with my friends last night and we all got this weird feeling that there was someone else there with us and all of a sudden we all stopped moving and turned off our lights and on the wall to the left of us in a room, there was a shadow of a person with a blue light casting onto the shadow and it was moving towards us. I honestly never knew that place was haunted, but now I know it definitely is.

  5. I’ve been here a few times and I honestly never thought it was haunted until i got this picture of what looks like a girl dancing in a dress. i have yet to post it anywhere because i just feel like now a days people photoshop some much, but this is not photoshopped one bit, I just made it brighter.

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