The Mystery Behind This Mississippi Graveyard Has Baffled Historians For Decades

Of all the historic cemeteries in Mississippi, one of the most interesting is the Natchez City Cemetery. In addition to its immense beauty, the graveyard has long been known for the variety of strange tombstones and graves that fill its grounds. From unusual memorials to a statue that appears to move on its own, it’s easy to see why the Natchez City Cemetery has intrigued so many over the years.

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The Natchez City Cemetery is located at 2 Cemetery Road in Natchez. Several tour options are available. For more information, click here.

So, did you know the Natchez City Cemetery was home to so many unusual graves? Ever visited the cemetery? Tell us in the comments section.

This isn’t Mississippi’s only graveyard with a baffling past! Read about another in “This Erie Mississippi Legend Is Sure To Send Chills Down Your Spine.