Trick or Treat?

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Halloween is coming upon us, and we start thinking about jack-o-lanterns, candy for trick or treaters, but do you know what is in our backyard?

 

Fifteen acres of land purchased by the city of Long Beach, California in 1976 is what comprises a place known as DeForest Park.

Here you can hike a nature trail, let the kiddos play on playground equipment, or engage in any one of a number of interesting sports for which they have the requisite courts: basketball, volleyball, tennis, the list goes on and on.

There’s nothing uncommon about feeling that someone is following you, especially when you’re in a dark and seemingly dangerous place, and the protective sun has gone down for the night.

But here – at least, according to many of the Long Beach locals – that feeling is all too justified.

Sudden gusts of cold air, voices on the wind, and that awful prickly feeling at the back of your neck.

Something that signals to your brain that someone or something is taking far too much of an interest in you (and probably wants to see you dead or worse).

These are all precursors to the appearance of a paranormal creature which some say inhabits the grim darkness of DeForest Park at night.

A park which some locals feel, is one of the most haunted places in Long Beach.

And if you go towards the end of the day – and especially if you happen to go alone – you might just get the fright of your life.

To find out more, please join us at our meeting this Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 7pm in the DeForest Park Club House…

Click Here to Learn what we discovered.

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