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Top 4 Most Haunted Places In Temecula

Top 4 Most Haunted Places In Temecula

There are many historical landmarks in Temecula that you pass by every day and may need to realize. Weird events occur that no one knows about and these are the four most active.

 

  Temecula Massacre Burial Site

You may have seen this gated area before on a trip to Sprouts, according to Temeculaca.govIn a canyon just west of Vail dam, dozens – possibly more than 100 – Luiseño Indians were ambushed and slaughtered in January 1874.”. Covered in only weeds and dirt, this historic site was also noticed by workers at Eos Fitness, who claim to have heard much activity there. Not only were footsteps heard outside the store but inside, as well as door slamming. This haunted place is now gated because of how important it was and is the Temecula Massacre.

 

    Louis Wolfs Tomb

Louis Wolf came to Temecula in 1857, he and his partner, John Magee, ran the first store in Temecula. Until, sadly soon after, their store burnt, remaining a mystery who did it. Afterward, Louis Wolf decided to run his store selling gold mining tools, which still stand next to Khol’s, hidden by a wooden wall. After his son died of tuberculosis so did he, but Louis Wolfs was buried with his 8 kids in his tomb, which today is surrounded by two houses on Maguey ct, Temecula. For some odd reason though, Louis’s wife was buried much farther than his tomb, at Mission San Louis Ray in Oceanside. Each tomb is heard to be largely active and alive! More history on Louis Wolf.

 

     La Lorona Ghost

The sighting of La Llorona ghost, a Latino legend, sent nerves down everyone’s back in Temecula. La Lorona is a ghost that holds the legend, that she hangs out by bodies of water since that is where she drowned her children. It all makes sense because of the sighting of her in Temecula, at the intersection, of Ynez Road and Rancho California, which is on the way to the duck pond. We weren’t the first to capture a photo, many others have as well. If you want to learn more, press the link nightlyspirits.com

 

    Palamore Hotel

Being one of the first hotels in Temecula, this hotel has much history no one mentions when spending a night in this creepy hotel. Some people claim to have seen a man watching them while they clean, then seconds later he disappears in the blink of an eye. Others say they hear voices when walking around. The good thing about this hotel is that people feel welcomed even with ghosts, but if you ever stay here, watch your back. For more info check backpackerverse.com

 

Are ghosts real, a question everyone asks, but the answer is still unknown. Do you think that ghosts are real? Leave a comment!

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    AllieOct 27, 2023 at 4:27 pm

    i never knew these things

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    sidOct 27, 2023 at 4:23 pm

    I have to check out number one I am a very big fan of scary things that go bump in the night!

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    PiperOct 27, 2023 at 4:16 pm

    ooooo. Scary

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    Drake SuttonOct 27, 2023 at 4:15 pm

    I believe that ghosts are real because of my personal experiences and the experiences of those close to me. I have had unexplained occurrences in my home, such as objects moving on their own and strange noises, that I cannot attribute to anything else. Additionally, I have heard countless stories from friends and family members about their own encounters with ghosts. While I understand that there may be scientific explanations for some of these phenomena, I cannot ignore the patterns and consistencies in the stories that I have heard. For me, this is enough evidence to believe in the existence of ghosts.

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    Jade AnayaOct 27, 2023 at 4:13 pm

    That’s so creepy! 🙂

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    sethOct 27, 2023 at 3:58 pm

    i dont like almond joy

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    Evan SantiagoOct 27, 2023 at 3:42 pm

    sheesh this is scary i want to see la lorona. Mario Gueli also found this very scary he peed his pants because he got so scared.

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    Charlotte JacobsOct 27, 2023 at 2:43 pm

    I definitely want to visit these places!

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