I am hesitant to post my full encounter. Only because it is 100% true, but, totally sounds like something outta a cheesy scary movie. Additionally, my backyard faces the cemetery and I would hate to attract late night weirdos looking for a thrill to the cemetery... keeping me up all night. Prior to moving here, I had not experienced anything like what I have encountered here in my home and in the surrounding area.
I grew up in South Fontana in the 1950's/1960's. Yes, I know that makes me a old man now. Over the last couple of years I've heard (belatedly) about reunions for people who lived in South Fontana in years past. These seem to usually be held in August at the Regional park at the foot of the Jurupa Hills off of Sierra. Can anyone tell me when the next one will be or whether there is some kind of schedule (like 2nd or 3rd Sunday in August etc)? I'd like to visit one but I have to fit it into my work/travel plans since I would have to travel some distance to get there.
I lived in a haunted house in Fontana on Juniper. This is my story.
The high point of Jurupa Hills has a flat surface on the peak as a result of some manual flattening, probably many years ago. Does anyone know the true when/how/why of the reason for the flattening? I've heard speculation that it was prepped for military or radar installation that never subsequently happened or that it was somehow connected with the Ontario Airport. While those speculations sound plausible they give no clues about when the flattening happened. Does anyone know any details? It could have been flattened in the 1940's for all I know or maybe the 1980's.