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Dizdar Park, Camarillo, CA
California
This park has a nice playground and large shady trees. One tree gets lit up with colorful strands of lights at Christmas. The lot has had a sordid past. Once having been a neglected cemetary, the graves were moved to make way for the park. For this reason, some say the park is haunted.
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Uploaded: 09/02/2012
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