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By Jeff Pack

The Temecula Valley has a lot of history – and ghosts?


Last updated 10/25/2018 at 11:39pm

Jeff Pack

Sitting amongst a residential neighborhood, Temecula pioneer Louis Wolf and his family are buried in a tomb overlooking Temecula's Wolf Valley. Nearby residents and visitors report some eerie voices that can be heard and sometimes seen near the site.

Anyone can visit the neighborhood haunted house on Halloween and catch a little bit of a scare. But the truly dedicated will search out the locations that they believe will actually induce a chill down their spine.

The cities in southwest Riverside County may be relatively young when it comes to settlements and city incorporation, but according to the historians and storytellers, human beings have been traversing these lands for many years.

Thousands of people came through the Temecula Valley during the Gold Rush in the 1800s, hoping to find their fortune and subsequently interacting with...

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