This retail store is said to be haunted by a ghost of a man named Johnson, John, or Johann. Psychics who have investigated say he was an 1880s ranch hand and preacher who died of axe wounds while working in an orchard. Employees report that objects jump off the shelves and they feel breezes as the ghost walks by. His apparition has been seen, and he likes to play pranks, like setting a teddy bear to appear in every aisle as staff walks by or bouncing a ball down the aisle. The unexplained smell of flowers is said to appear in one aisle, and the ghost also likes to turn on the faucets in the women’s restrooms. Reports say the spirit limits himself to playing tricks, and has never harmed anyone.
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- 130 E El Camino Real
Sunnyvale, CA 94087
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- 37.36739418143023, -122.03163407742977
- Santa Clara County, California
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