Spooky Places of USA

22 10 2007


Spooky Places

Davis and the surrounding areas has some spooky places. Haunted houses, mysterious bridges, abandoned factories, etc. This page attempts to be a comprehensive list the spooky, creepy, and mysterious places in the area.

baxterhouse.jpgThe Baxter HouseThe Baxter House – Abandoned for nearly 40 years, this house on UC Davis property near the airport looks very haunted and upon walking inside, it feels very haunted too. The house is currently boarded up and the interior is not accessible. The grounds, however, are still pretty spooky.

Historic City Hall – Davis PD moved to a new building recently, after having been in the old City Hall that was built in 1938 or so. Downstairs, after it was vacated, in the Women’s restroom, there was seen a wild haired redheaded woman rushing toward the 2nd stall door in an ‘attack’ posture with outstretched arms and claw-like hands towards a person’s face.

– Taken from [WWW]http://theshadowlands.net/places/california1.htm – QuynhNguyen

Dumpster at Slatter’s Court – Simply put: 157 pounds of human remains that were stolen from the UC Davis medical center were found in this dumpster in the June of 2003. David Lawrence Beale, a former autopsy assistant, was [WWW]later convicted of stealing the bodies.

Evil south Silo Bathroom – Always really dark at night and with holes in the walls so people can look in.

Davis Cemetery – Spooky for obvious reasons.

The Tremont Church and Cemetery – The first time I saw wooden head stones was here; it was late at night. They are old, worn of all writing, and very spooky. Take Mace south into the farm fields for about 3, give or take, miles, and then take a right on Tremont Street. It’s easy to miss, but worth finding. The church is about a 1/2 mile west on Tremont, on the left.

– Please respect this place when visiting. – Wayne Schiller

The Binghampton Cemetery – This place is not really in Davis, but a few miles south of Dixon on Hwy 113. It is an old cemetery with many stones from the 1800’s. Its location is remote and many of the stones have been chipped or abused, making the place desolate and lonely.

– Visit, but please respect the graves. – JeffTolentino

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