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King Richards Antique Center. Off Whittier Blvd. / Near Historic Whittier district. Uptown. - Whittier ,California

Large Building built in 1903. Once used as an old Citrus packinghouse in the early 1900's.Now housing a Antique Mall since 1979 with 4 floors inside. The former Owners and Staff as well as the dealers experienced strange happenings.Two the stories are that 2 citrus plant workers died tragically in the mall. One story is that a worker had locked himself accidentally in the old freezer room in the basement and passed away. Another is unknown how but a worker died from machinery falling onto him in the back of the bottom floor. Dark shadowy figures have been seen in closing time.The cleaning crew has quit after hours when a woman cleaner screamed from the bottom floor claiming she saw a black figure watching her.Electrical appliances have sounded off with no batteries inside.
Pictures have fallen feet away from where they were hung. Saucers and
objects for sell have rolled or flung off onto the floors. A empty
space has got the most attention where stairs use to be, cold spots and
sensitive customers have felt a presence there. Curiously young
children who know nothing of the mall refuse sometimes to enter the
basement where the freezer accident occurred. King Richards is history
all around and the staff claims that they feel no threat from the
strange occurrences. Sometimes you just feel like they want to be
noticed or known. Oddly enough the happenings really become more active
around October through the holiday season. Its hard to separate the
occurrences said one worker. the Antique items that are brought in by
dealers some time hold a past with them as well. But for the feeling of
King Richards you see, to know the difference. No harm from these
ghost's just a remembrance of Whittiers History.
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