The Disturbing Cemetery in Indianapolis That Will Give You Goosebumps
You don’t have to look too hard to find spooky or haunted places throughout Indianapolis. Recently, we wrote about
7 extremely haunted spots located in the city, however, this is one we didn’t cover. If you’re looking for some scares and possible ghost sightings, look no further than Crown Hill Cemetery.
Located in the heart of Indianapolis in Marion County, this privately owned cemetery has been around since 1863.
Taking up nearly 555 acres of land, Crown Hill is the third largest non-governmental cemetery in the United States.
It happens to be the final resting place of our nation’s 23rd president, Benjamin Harrison.
As well as the final resting place of notorious gangster John Dillinger.
It seems that it is also a place for paranormal activity. Numerous witnesses have reported that they’ve seen the ghost of a woman with a baby wandering the cemetery grounds.
There are other reports of encounters with the ghosts of wounded soldiers. Crown Hill is host to a National Cemetery of soldiers from every American war.
In 2006, a college student discovered that section 37 of the cemetery is actually the site of a mass grave that includes nearly 700 orphans who died of disease or starvation.
They were buried with only their case numbers on their headstones.
Several witnesses claim to have heard children playing in the cemetery and believed that these were ghosts searching for their long lost parents.
Are you brave enough to check these paranormal findings out for yourself?
Have you witnessed anything spooky or haunted at Crown Hill Cemetery? How about anywhere else around Indianapolis? Let us know in the comments below!
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