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Employees have felt an eerie presence in store aisles and in the upstairs breakroom. Some claim to have seen an apparition or shadows walking in the store on Saturday nights after closing.

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1225 E Robertson Blvd
Chowchilla, CA 93610
United States

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37.125506, -120.24685740000001
Madera County, California
Nearest Towns:
Chowchilla, CA (0.8 mi.)
Fairmead, CA (4.5 mi.)
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Tuttle, CA (13.8 mi.)
Bear Creek, CA (15.1 mi.)
Madera, CA (15.3 mi.)
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  1. I have seen the store video in which the freezer door in the bakery opened by itself in the middle of the night. The closing employees noticed it on the store camera and had an employee close the door. When he went back to close it, a ghostly figure in the presence of a man appeared to be watching the employee.
    Also, some employees have reported to have seen the carasoul play on its own in the middle of the night with a little girl on their.
    There’s no such thing as an upstairs break room. That may have been in the old savemart.

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