South Mount Hawkins

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Occultists started a fire on this mountain back in 2002. Animals that were sacrificed are said to be seen here, but evil spirits from another realm could have also been brought here through ritual.

Submitted by Chris Berglund

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South Mt Hawkins
California 91702
United States

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34.31139090000001, -117.81033819999999
Los Angeles County, California
Nearest Towns:
Wrightwood, CA (10.7 mi.)
Glendora, CA (12.5 mi.)
Pinon Hills, CA (12.6 mi.)
Azusa, CA (13.5 mi.)
San Antonio Heights, CA (13.9 mi.)
San Dimas, CA (14.1 mi.)
Citrus, CA (14.3 mi.)
Charter Oak, CA (14.5 mi.)
Bradbury, CA (14.6 mi.)
La Verne, CA (14.7 mi.)


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  1. I’ve hunted this area by myself .Hiking in at 230 AM and the only scary stuff are in your head. It’s not for the weak as it’s a long hike but big deer roam the area

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