Anyone from the 909? For anyone who doesn't know, the 909 is basically the Mecca of the devil worshipping world.
Go get the bag!!!
[ concerning Manson, LaVey, Zodiac ]
>None of these are devil worshippers dumbfag
Hmm, you sure about that mr. internet badass?
Probably right here, Charles Manson more into Charles Manson than anything. though he did tell the girls to call him both "Jesus" AND "Satan". Going to assume it's Charles and not Silly Marylin Manson were talking about here. Plus Manson while famously at Death Valley did most of his crimes NOT in the two counties highlighted in the OP map though famous murders still in the SoCal area.
Hmm, you think the founder of the Church of Satan isn't into Satan? What he's not Satany enough for you? A pretender compared to your personal coven? My problem w/ LaVey on this list is that I thought he was purely Northern California.
Zodiac [ 1st kill in Riverside, CA near the community college, finally a tie-in to the map ] out and out said he was killing people to have as slaves for him in hell. Kind of hard NOT to see a devil tie in there.
OP's map shows what the 909 area code looked like 20 years ago. It's WAY smaller than that now. See pic for current map.
>lol @ California ever getting 20 more senate seats. lol @ not knowing it's constitutionally impossible to divide a state into more states.
1) No, it's not "constitutionally impossible". It's in the works for the next CA general election too BTW.
2) Umm, CA would NOT get 20 more seats as there would be no CA. Each of the states would indeed get 2 Senators, but if CA worked as a block they won't be breaking into 6 parts. PLUS the Senate is just a debating for rich white people society, power is in The House see next:
3) A Main reason to break up CA is so that it's out of control 55 electoral votes all to whoever wins the state current set-up stops. It disenfranchises smaller states and voting minorities in CA itself.
ITT: Californians babble about wanting something to do in SoCal, refuse to go look for the bag: >>14879741
I didn't think houses in California had basements.
Haunted Queen Mary:
Go get shot for craziness! Or even worse, captured and made a mindless robot.
Visit Gold Base!!
>Why not just split electoral votes along the popular vote lines, you know? How it's supposed to work?
That makes too much sense, not the CA way.
Besides, no one wants to be in the same state as LA. This kind of walls Los Angeles and the wackier parts of Ventura and the Super Rich Beach/Malibu all in one easier to ignore corridor.
The haunting and hauntingly beautiful Colorado Street Bridge in Pasadena was completed in 1913, claimed its first suicide in 1919 and has been racking up the bodies ever since. “There are 102—and counting—documented suicides of people jumping off the bridge. Pasadena doesn’t like the notoriety, so when the count would get too high they would knock off some numbers,” says Carradine. “The number of suicides is actually much higher, even with the fences that are up now.” And Carradine has heard ghost stories aplenty. “People have seen a man leaping off a rail, but when they go to help, no one’s there. There’s also a woman seen crossing the bridge, cars swerving to miss her, but then she vanishes.” Carradine’s even had his own spooky brush with the bridge. “It was nighttime, and I was walking with a friend in the tunnel underneath the bridge," he recalls. "There’s a series of six lights illuminating the path, and as we passed the first light, it went out. The second light went out as we passed. Each light went out as we passed by. By the time we got to the end, it was just total darkness behind us.”
Back when it was the Hollywoodland sign, this icon to celluloid fantasy also served as a beacon to suicidal Angelenos—most notably Broadway stage actress Peg Entwistle. Trouble just seemed to follow Entwistle. Raised by her actor father, she lost both her mother and stepmother early in life and had a series of broken personal relationships. As an actress, Entwistle enjoyed critical reviews, and even shared the stage with Humphrey Bogart, but she was forever cast in the role of comedic ingénue and could only snag small film roles. On September 18, 1932, a hiker found the blond, blue-eyed actress’ crumpled body in a ravine below the Hollywoodland sign. Police surmised that she climbed a workman’s ladder to the top of the 45-foot letter “H” and jumped to her death. Visitors to the area say they still see the actress haunting the sign, and sometimes pick up the scent of her gardenia perfume.
This is the lamest legend ever. I live just outside of Pasadena - have driven that bridge at all hours of the day/night. Nothing spooky ever happens.
Below it is just a shitty excuse for a stream.
Nope, just merely giving my 2 cents. I'm sorry it bothers you so much.
By all means, if you want to go and play around in the Arroyo Seco at 1:00 am, fine by me. Just don't be disappointed when nothing happens.
Riverside's MISSION INN rents out haunted rooms. The famed “Aunt Alice room” is priced at over $600 a night!!. Most of the reports of hauntings are of the benign sort. People claim to see figures walking down hallways and when they get closer, the apparitions vanish. People who have stayed in Aunt Alice’s room feel cold spots, report being touched and claim they have seen her apparition. One spot that does provide some trouble is in the Bridal Suite where some people report being pushed as they descend the spiral staircase located in the room. The hotel is also situated on a network of catacombs that are unfortunately closed to the public due to safety reasons.
>I know of some shit in the 661, 818, and 805. If you're in any of those I can tell you some pretty creepy shit.
Go for it.
As others have pointed out OP's area code map is at least 20 years out of date. 909 is way smaller now.
El Campo Santo Cemetery, San Diego area:
Seems there was a sprawling ill-defined boundaries cemetery and they built houses up to the edges of it, and over more than a few graves, look at the pic to get the idea.
>born in LA
>Moved to riverside
>live in house where old lady had died in back room
>bullet hole in back room where gramps thought he saw someone
>very rural area
>live across the street from devil worshipers
>blast msuic and dance around fire every night
nothing out of the ordinary has ever happened to me here but when friends come over they say they get a weird feeling in the house...I dont feel it
Black Star Canyon, from the wiki:
In the 1970s there was a school bus that traveled the open road daily. But one day, the bus driver lost control of the bus, and the bus went over the cliff, killing the “the driver, the teacher and most of the children on board.” Today, people have reported hearing screams coming from the bus and have seen “shadows of children… trying to get away from the bus”
Weren't even close to the bus, I was off-roading with some friends and it had gotten dark there were noises and shadows running around us, friend threw 5 gallons of gas into my tank and we high tailed it down the hill, there's more than children in those hills
Why would the teacher be on a bus that "traveled the open road daily"?
Ghost shadows of little kids roaming canyon at night screaming is creepy however...
Ive lived in a town called Yucaipa area code 909 my whole life. I think it's the best town geographically since its not too crowded and you can go to the snow in the mountains, to the beach, and to the dessert all in the same day. The only thing of devil worshiping i ever heard about and kinda saw took place in the deep woods near The Swing. Its basically a old as rope with a noose tied to a tree that you can swing accros this big ass ravine. I never did it because it was sketch as fuck. But my friends and i used to paintball waaaay back in there and came accros a dead pig with candles around it. It looked kinda new like 3 days at the most so we fucked off out of there. But i never heard of the 909 being the mecca of devil worshiping.
Ghosts and the Paranormal at the Yucaipa High School in Yucaipa, California:
On the upper level of the campus, there is, according to one source, an old cafeteria that is no longer in use. Students report hearing strange sounds coming from this area regularly. They say they hear disembodied women’s voices and loud scraping sounds.
Yucaipa is located in San Bernardino County, California about 10 miles east of San Bernardino. The population is about 55,005. Yucaipa was once the home of a large population of surly Serrano Indians. Many drug damaged hippies live in the hills in shallow caves, sacrificing stray livestock and snorting model glue out of discarded shoes. The most famous resident is "Storage Wars" auctioneer Dan Dotson who raises pigs as a hobby. His wife owns the local candle shop.
Yucaipa - Pendelton Rd. - Is haunted by a woman who died of a car accident there in the 1950`s.It is said she crawled out of the car to get out and get help ,police found her 1/2 a mile away dead in the street.She is also known as the red lady of Pendelton Rd.
That cafeteria story is bullshit. went there grom 10th to 12th and 2 years of summer school. ive been inside every building and there is no old cafeteria. Mr Reynard my law enforcement teacher who was a fucking badass would of told us that shit from day one to fuck with us . And im preyty confident that i would have heard that urban legend. I used to go in the upper part of campus at night during football games and get a blowjob. I would of gone somewhere else if i had any inclination that campus was haunted. But hey, a bum did hang himself in the old FFOA building.
>I used to go in the upper part of [ local high school ] campus at night during football games and get a blowjob.
I like how Mhmm is all cool with The Red Lady of Yucaipa legend since he's heard of it, but since he's never heard of the Yucaipa cafeteria one then that must be total bullshit... a rather self-centered universe there Mhmm.
That's because iv'e actually walked Pendelton Rd. Iv'e walked around that campus about as many times as i have touched my own dick. Im confident when i say there is no extra cafeteria. Maybe at REV or somewhere else. but its like someone saying there's a spooky haunted house at the end of your street when you know damn well that for the past 20 years all you've seen as an empty lot. And no, not an Aqualung, swimmer kids, at least during my time there , were the biggest coke heads.
>manson did most of his crimes
what crimes again?
>cause no one has ever been clear on what he did.
>that was tex avery, the actual crazy guy.
So you think Manson is doing life in prison for what?
haha i just googled that picture because that picture was on one of my dads albums i used to listen to as a kid and its called Aqualung. Im still confused as to what calling someone a Aqualung means.
>that picture was on one of my dads albums i used to listen to as a kid and its called Aqualung. Im still confused as to what calling someone a Aqualung means.
Here's some lyrics:
Sitting on the park bench --
eyeing little girls with bad intent.
Snot is running down his nose --
greasy fingers smearing shabby clothes.
Drying in the cold sun --
Watching as the frilly panties run.
>Iv'e walked around that campus about as
many times as i have touched my own dick.
Aqualung hung out around schools looking for it. Mhmm, you keep saying you were on the campus looking for blowjobs and associate the place with touching your dick.