Arney Hill Cemetery

Arney Hill Cemetery is believed to be haunted by a woman named “Granny February”, who is buried in the cemetery. It is said that if you visit her grave at midnight on Halloween, you can hear her rocking chair creaking. No other activity occurs.

Heady Lane Cemetery

Heady Lane Cemetery, located in Fishers, Indiana, has headstones that date as far back as the early 1800s. The cemetery got its name from the Heady family, which make up a large number of the graves at the site. It is haunted by various spirits, particularly along the Hollow at 126th Street in Fishers at Allisonville Road.

Cuzco Cemetery

Cuzco Cemetery is a U.S. Navy graveyard that is said to be haunted by a ghostly soldier who guards the old wells near the beach. There have also been sightings of a woman sitting on a park bench beneath the cover of a tree in the cemetery. Not much is known about it otherwise.

Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings was used sometime around 1500 B.C., when the Egyptians no longer built pyramids for their pharaohs to be buried in. Most of the sixty tombs have been raided for treasure.  The one that remained intact belonged to King Tutankhamun.

Khufu’s Pyramid

The ghost of King Khufu has been seen coming out of one of the more well-known pyramids, the Great Pyramid of Giza. He appears dressed in ancient Egyptian armor, and he known to enter people’s houses and demand that they “get out now!”. Many ideas surround this odd phenomenon.

Great Pyramids of Giza

The Great Pyramids of Giza are known for having “the mummy’s curse” as well as being haunted by a man and his three children. Dressed in 1920s-style clothing, they appear to be looking for someone within the walls of the pyramid. There are two theories that surround the group: that the adult man is an archaeologist looking at the pyramid, or he is looking for his deceased wife.

Coopers Cemetery

Coopers Cemetery has had a number of strange occurences on its grounds. The sound of babies crying can be heard, an old man with a lantern has been seeing emerging from the forest line only to disappear, and it always sounds like there is someone walking in the woods. Not much is known about Coopers Cemetery.

Tucker Cemetery

Legend has it that an old man named Tucker lost his sanity one day during the late 1800s and killed his family (his wife, his children, and his mother). He then buried their bodies in the cellar beneath the house. Eventually, he took his own life. After his death, the property was turned into a cemetery, but the house remained.

Agency Cemetery

The Agency Cemetery is haunted by a number of unknown ghosts as well as one identified child named Mary. She has been blamed for unlatching the gate and leaving it open. Not much about her life is known, other than that she died of a young age (most likely to disease).

Catman’s Graveyard

Catman’s Graveyard is located at the end of a dirt road in Frankford, Delaware. It appears to be guarded by the ghost of the “Catman”, whose real identity is unknown, if it even existed at all. Legend has it that the man, while alive, had very cat-like features that earned him his nickname, and he is said to have been the graveyard’s caretaker. Whenever teenagers came to party in the cemetery, he would scare them off. After he died, he was put in an above-ground casket located in the middle of the graveyard.

Ridge Cemetery

In the heat of an argument, two brothers killed one another in the Ridge Cemetery (also known as Union Ridge General Baptist Church) during the 1800s, and they were buried in the very same graveyard. Now, locals report the presence of the spirits, as well as a “tinkling” sound as if a tiny jingle bell were ringing somewhere.

Christ Church Cemetery

The St. Simons Island Church was founded by ministers John and Charles Wesley, brothers. They came to Georgia from England in 1736 after John was named minister of the new parish of Savannah. Charles was appointed the Secretary of Indian Affairs and Chaplain for General James Oglethorpe. The Wesley brothers founded Frederica the same year.