Waterfront Comic Store

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This comic store is housed in a historic building, and is especially haunted. Customers have reported encountering the apparition of a sixteen year-old boy named ‘Robert’, who was strangled after stumbling upon a scene he wasn’t meant to see.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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609 Main Street
Suisun City, CA
United States

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38.2388188, -122.04082160000002
Solano County, California
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  1. 609 Main St. Suisun
    Built in 1906 and remodeled in 1945, it was originally Ennors Bakery Ice Cream and Candy store, where candy was made fresh daily. Now it is Waterfront Comics.

  2. The story about “Robert” gets more wild the more I hear it. Some versions he’s depicted as a shambling, rotting corpse ghost. Others have him showing visitors his murder after stumbling on some sort of mafia (seriously? in rural NorCal?) activity. Still other versions, the store is haunted by a little girl. I think it’s just a few locals starting a rumor and people running with it.

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