Adelaida Cemetery - Paso Robles CA Real Haunt
Stories say that the ghosts who haunt this cemetery may swipe your car keys. The area is rumored to be haunted by Charlotte Sitton, a minister's wife who committed suicide in 1890 when she was just 19 years old. Her spirit is said to visit late Friday nights wearing a white nightgown. She lays flowers on the grave of her child, who died of diphtheria. In some versions of the story, Charlotte wears a pink dress and is called the Pink Lady. The cemetery is also said to feature a tree that bleeds. Please note: This cemetery closes at dusk and no trespassing is allowed after dark.
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