Red, White, and Blue Beach
5021 Coast Rd,
Santa Cruz, California
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A house and beach haunted by an exceptionally evil and mean ghost.
- Ralph R. Edwards of Santa Cruz, California on 2013-03-22 said:
- The business is not closed any more but it has changed the way it is using the beach property now. Its doing events with chief`s of renown like Out Standing In The Field and with surfers like Volcom and movie shoots for movie`s from Hollywood studio`s. With the good price of $1500.00 per event per day of gig. Our phone # has changed, to 831-458-0668 for both phone & fax.
- Anonymous on 2013-01-20 said:
- One morning at RW&B beach I saw a very large bird looking thing standing on a cliff.
- Leah of Twain Harte, California on 2012-10-31 said:
- I lived nearby for many years. I met one of the residents in a birthing class 36 years ago. She and her sister grew up in the farmhouse at RW&B beach and told us of lots of goings on in the house. The whole family knew of the hauntings and had seen lots of activity through the years. Notably the covers were pulled off the girls regularly. A ghost of a sailor or sea captain is seen on the cliffs from the beach by beachgoers. We had heard from a story in a local newspaper that the beach was once used to smuggle in mexican human slaves and they were kept in the house locked up. Some died or were killed, I presume, given the haunting. I'm sure the story is better documented in newspaper archives, either the Mercury News or the SF Chronicle. The reporter of the story also claimed to have been followed home by a large dark bird like being. weird, for sure.
- Ghost Hunter's Guide to Monterey and California's Central Coast (2010) by Dwyer, Jeff, p: 71 - 72
- Ghost Hunter's Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area (2005) by Dwyer, Jeff, p: 138 - 139
- Supernatural Santa Cruz - Second Edition (2013) by Graves, Aubrey, p: 142 - 143
- Haunted Places: The National Directory (2002) by Hauck, Dennis, p: 77 - 78
- Haunted Houses of California (1993) by May, Antoinette, p: 95 - 107
- Ghost Stories of California (2000) by Smith, Barbara, p: 33 - 37
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