Buffalo October 13, 2019
The Goodleburg Cemetery Is One Of Buffalo’s Spookiest Cemeteries
If you haven’t already heard, it’s been determined that the city of Buffalo is one of the
most haunted places that you can visit within New York State. Whether you’re checking out abandoned train stations or happen to be exploring reportedly haunted theaters, you might be surprised to discover just how many haunted locations there are within this big city. If you’re ready to learn about more local ghost stories that are swirling around our neck of the woods, then be sure to continue scrolling to learn all about the area’s most haunted cemetery!
Just outside of the heart of Buffalo where you're still in Erie County, the tiny town of South Wales is home to a particularly haunted cemetery that you may have never heard about.
Tucked away off of Goodleburg Road, Goodleburg Cemetery was once an active cemetery between 1811 and 1927 but has since been left as a local discontinued plot of land in town.
While the cemetery went undisturbed for many years, during the 1990's stories began to swirl around Western New York that paranormal activity had been reported at Goodleburg Cemetery.
While the cemetery is mostly made up of original settlers of South Wales and the other towns in the nearby area, there's one reason why many believe this place to be truly haunted.
You may have heard stories about "The Lady In White" that reportedly haunts the area and even the spirit of a paranormal activity investigator who died here back in 2003, but the main spirit that's known to haunt Goodleburg Cemtery is that of Albert Speaker.
According to those who have reported paranormal activity here, Albert Speaker was once a local doctor here in Western New York whose practices resulted in the deaths of many women and their unborn children in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
Albert Speaker is known to do whatever it takes to get visitors to leave the cemetery and areas surrounding it, a spirit that many say is often accompanied by the sound of crying babies near the cemetery's back pond.
With stories of hell hounds, murderous doctors, unborn babies crying, and chilling orbs, there are plenty of reasons to stay away from Goodleburg Cemetery, yet many still continue to investigate this haunted area to this very day. So, what do you think? Are the stories true?
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