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She was scared. One could see that in her eyes
that night. I had seen that look many times
in the past. It was the look of a person who
had seen a ghost, a frightening ghost.
The young woman in question was a volunteer
helping during one of the ghost tours offered
at thehistoric Olivas Adobe in Ventura, California,
and her job was to greet the public as they
came in. Those who took the tour that night
did see things and managed to take pictures
of mysterious “orbs” in the old
1847 hacienda that night, but the poor volunteer
got the worst of it. I doubt she will volunteer
She was alone at the gate to the parking lot
with her clip board. Her job was to greet people
and check them in from the sign-up list. She
later said she felt odd as if someone or something
was watching her. Then, something caught her
eye. She turned and, by the flagpole, not ten
feet away, she saw a woman standing there. The
figure was wearing a long white dress and had
long black hair that hung below her shoulders.
The most startling thing about the woman were
her eyes--she had none! The place were eyes
should be were nothing but bloody pits, as if
her eyes were cruelly ripped away by some fiend.
The figure of the eyeless phantom then slowly
Over the years there have been many sightings
of ghosts at the historic Olivas Adobe, but
no one has ever told of such a horrific apparition.
Not long after that encounter, one of the women
on the tour inside the house asked who was on
the site, because she saw a woman with long
hair and a long white dress from the balcony.
The woman was walking in the rose garden! Who
is the mysterious Lady in White and what happened
to her eyes?
An answer came from another group that visited
the site months after the sightings of the mysterious
They found the upstairs children’s room
most active with cold spots and thing even moving.
A sort of code was set up using dowsing rods.
From this crude attempt at spirit communication
a bizarre story came forth.
The ghost, spirit or essence called herself
Maria and she confessed to be a Native American
servant girl who once worked at the house. The
house needed many servants to operate and many
were former Native Americans from the California
Missions. She said that she was murdered in
the house and buried not far away. A Yankee
visited the ranch and was a guest of the Olivas
Family. He saw Maria and wanted her. He presented
the young girl with simple gifts and fancy words.
At last, he lured her into the storage room
off the kitchen. When she complained, he took
a knife and cut out her eyes! After he had his
way with her, the Yankee strangled her, hiding
the body under some bags of goods. He then left
the hacienda, riding south toward Los Angeles.
The cook found the body not an hour after the
killer had left and alerted the family. They
were livid that their hospitality was repaid
with such barbarism. The Olivas son’s
mounted their fine thoroughbred horses and went
in pursuit. Their fine animals caught up to
the fleeing Yankee near Saticoy Springs. One
of the sons, a skilled vaquero, lassoed the
murderer by the neck and pulled him from the
saddle. They dragged him back to the adobe where
the victim’s father waited in tears. He
ran to what was left of the Yankee and stabbed
him in the heart. The killer was, most likely,
dead at this time, but vengeance was called
for. The murderer’s body was tossed into
the quick sand of the near-by Santa Clara River
and never found.
Not one bit of evidence exists that this story
is true, but, justice was swift in old California
and such a reaction seems in keeping with the
times. The ghostly presence said that she was
glad that justice was swift and her abuser and
murderer was slain. Is this the answer to the
story of the eyeless ghost woman? Who can say?
Many times, when a ghost can tell their tale
they just vanish away. Let’s hope the
ghost woman has moved on to a better place,
that place we all must go when our time comes.
Richard Senate is one of the top ghost investigators
of our generation. He is an "Historian
And Ghost Stalker" author of several prominent
books on ghosts and paranormal phenomenon, and
has appeared on just about every paranormal
television and radio show there is.
California-based author and lecturer. 59 years
of age--old enough to know better.
His official web site at www.ghost-stalker.com
. Author of Ghost Stalker's Guide To Haunted
California (Mass Market Paperback) by Richard
Senate (Author), Jane E. Gilbert (Editor, Photographer),
John Whyman (Author)
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