Also known as Arther Fells Cemetery
This cemetery dates back to the 1800's, and has a lot of local history, along with some confederate soldiers
that are buried here.
Its a very small cemetery and Mr Ogden, the care taker, allowed our group in several times to conduct
training investigations. We held investigations in May of 2006 and again in September 2006. We had several
occurances both times we conducted an investigation, such as
batteries repeatedly going dead, cold spots, smell of sulfur, American Flag moving on responce to our questions
or when asked to move. Three of our team members, while standing in an open part of the cemetery, had what they described
as felling like cob webs were brushed across their faces. This happened at the same time that they were getting
a significant drop in temperature. The average temp for the evening was in the mid 70's and we were reading 35-40 at
the time of the cob webs. We did not get any unusual EMF readings at this time though. Pictures that were snapped,
revealed many orbs and an apparition of a man walking the fence line.
This cemetery proved to be very interesting, and doubly so for two of our team members since some of the Civil War soldiers
buried here were family.
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