Japanese Internment Camp Ghosts Still Appear in Citrus Heights

Current hotspots include the Citrus Heights' neighborhood near Antelope and Roseville Roads, site of a temporary Japanese internment camp. Forlorn Asian ghosts have appeared in the bedrooms, living rooms, garages, and front yards of homes in the area.
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Anonymous 9:28 PM

That's the sight of the Wallerga Assembly Center. Primitive housing were the living quarters for over 4,700 Japanese Americans at that location for about two months. This, during the time that the internment camps were being built in the Spring of 1942. Wallerga housed Japanese from Sacramento and San Joaquin county. Most of these internees transferred to Tule Lake.