Top 10 California Hiking Trails with Insane Paranormal Activity

Hikers vanish from California trails every year, sometimes without a trace. No one knows what happened to them. We do know that they were not alone. Strange things happen in the woods and deserts of California. Not all of them are easily explained by science (It’s times like this that a phone psychic reading sounds pretty good).

These tragic accidents often occur in places with a violent history. Hikers beware. The following trails provide more than a physical challenge. The dangers on these trails seek your body, your blood, and your soul.

From documented crimes to alleged sightings, the level of paranormal activity and psychic phenomena in these areas is insane. Be prepared for ghost towns and Nazi fortresses, haunted forests and jealous prospectors, and everything in between.

California has a rich and violent history that will scare you right out of your precious hiking pants. From savage Indian massacres to the Gold Rush, blood stains California’s soil.

Your blood could be next.

Have you ever felt like you were being watched in the woods? Have you seen things you can’t explain? Have strange entities invaded your dreams? If so, you might want to steer clear of these hikes. The spirits here don’t like intruders.

#10 – Niles Canyon, Fremont

Secret Sidewalk in Niles Canyon California

Picking up hitchhikers may not always be the safest of ideas.

Especially in Niles Canyon.

A woman in a torn and bloodstained white dress wanders this area. She was thrown from her carriage in the 1920 and struck by an oncoming car.

According a to California psychic, she did not rest in peace.

Niles Canyon is disturbing by car.

It is even more disturbing on foot.

Even experienced outdoorsman, such as those who hike the Appalachian Trail, are known to disappear along this road.

Could you be next? Lace up your best pair of hiking boots then take a walk through here to find out…if you’re brave enough.

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