Sycamore Park

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A white, furry apparition that walks on all fours like a gorilla has been reported here, running, along with a flash of light. Floating apparitions have been seen as well, along with a white man who sits on rocks and glowing spots in the grass that make you appear to vanish when you walk through them.

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Geographic Information

Address:
855 N. Planetree Ave.
Simi Valley, CA.93065
United States

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GPS:
34.2551422, -118.74628050000001
County:
Ventura County, California
Nearest Towns:
Simi Valley, CA (2.2 mi.)
Santa Susana, CA (2.4 mi.)
Oak Park, CA (5.3 mi.)
West Hills, CA (7.1 mi.)
Agoura, CA (7.8 mi.)
Thousand Oaks, CA (7.8 mi.)
Moorpark, CA (8.0 mi.)
Westlake Village, CA (8.3 mi.)
Chatsworth, CA (8.3 mi.)
Agoura Hills, CA (8.4 mi.)

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  1. I was looking for a lost dog in the park at night with the assistance of another dog. The dog that was helping me started growling at something and ran away and whimpered (something this dog rarely dose). I turned my my flashlight toward the area and like dispirited above there was a flash of light that when further then the focus of mine and a saw a white streak, animal like in appearance run quickly but not like any animal I’ve seen. Bobcats, Rabbits and Coyotes are known to live in the area but I have seen all of those before. they never moved that fast or in that manner.

  2. I am shocked to see the comment from April 25, 2014 about the flashing beast running up the hill. I too have seen this. I actually saw it on April 11, 2014. I was investigating with my partner, yes, we go there in the dark and do adult investigations. I was taking recordings and I saw this beast like animal run up the hill. But it was more like jolts of black running up the hill. I see reports of this beast being white flashes for the other witnesses. I saw it in complete black, like a black gorilla/wolf running up the hill. I was real quiet about it because I didnt think it was real, but by the time we got to the car I spilled the beans. We will be going back for there did seem to be whispers in our ear and many “orbs” But the beast is what I will be waiting for. I must be completely honest, there is a part of me that thinks its one of the neighbors messing around with a projector to get people out of the park at night. Something to think about.

  3. Don’t waste your time here!! Me and my friends have gone there many times hoping to see something and never did! Maybe you need to go at dead time like 2-4 in the morning…..

  4. Me and some friends went to kick it and smoke there and waited to see if we were gonna see anything and nothing.. Don’t waist your time

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