Hope Hill Cemetery, located between Milan and Medina in Gibson County, Tennessee, is home to the spirit of a young girl who died under controversial and shady circumstances in 1931. In some sources, the five-year-old Dorothy Marie Harvey was said to have perished to natural causes, while others offer a much more sinister tale of her being raped and beaten to death by her uncle. Another version state she was killed by a piano dropped by the mover that her parents hired. In any case, her family built a dollhouse over her grave after she was buried since it was her favorite place to play (the original has had to be rebuilt several times due to vandals; it is now maintained by family members).
Currently abandoned and overrun with plant growth, the Jessie Creek Cemetery is located near the Circle Mountain and infamous Haunted Hill just outside Bartlesville, Oklahoma. It resides in an open field near a small defunct lawn-and-landscape business. Due to the obscuring vegetation, the cemetery is difficult to spot when driving past it. Those who do manage to visit report having technical problems with their digital cameras, possibly because of ethereal activity.
Secor Cemetery (previously named the Xenia Cemetery) was part of a town that thrived during the 1800s up until the removal of the railroad. All that is left of the town of Xenia is the small, eerie cemetery. People have reported feeling like they were being watched, experiencing cold spots, and a few have witnessed an apparition wielding an ax and patrolling among the graves. Rumor has it that the shad within the cemetery is cursed.
The ghost of a young girl wearing an early 1900s white dress has been reported to walk through the Birch Hill Cemetery. A dark floating apparition and a little boy about seven or eight years old dressed in 1930s-era clothing have also been spotted.
White Oak Cemetery is said to have an odd white mist that hovers above the graves all day. Apparitions and odd noises have been reported as well.
The Maroussi Cemetery is haunted by a crying girl. Visitors who pass by have seen her in the car mirror, but when they look back, she’s not there as if she has disappeared. She is called Anna.
Hill Park is a private historical cemetery dedicated to the American Civil War. Frank James and two other Confederate soldiers are buried there. Reports of an apparition have been made, and it is believed to be the spirit of a soldier who was killed during a battle in either 1862 or 1864.
Established over two centuries ago, the Wilson Cemetery has been known to have the apparitions of floating figures and the disembodied voices of the dead. Most of the individuals buried at the cemetery have the surname Wilson, hence the graveyard’s name. Rumor has it that visiting the burial grounds brings bad luck.
The Schroyer Cemetery began its operation in the late 19th century when several members of the Schroyer family were buried on the half acre of land on the hill. Today, there is only one remaining grave, belonging to Mr. Schroyer. Visitors have reported seeing blue orbs floating around the area, demonic voices speaking to them, and the apparition of an elderly man walking through the cemetery.
Elmwood Cemetery is among the oldest graveyards in Coffeyville, Kansas, featuring many graves over a century old. Some of the more famous graves include members of the fallen Dalton Gang and Coffeyville’s Defenders from the notorious gun battle of October 5th, 1892 (which occurred after the Dalton Gang attempted to rob two banks in Downtown Coffeyville).
The Jones Cemetery is said to have the shadowy apparition of a body hanging from a tree that appears on nights with a full moon. The sound of ghostly hoof beats have been heard.
The ghost of a witch haunts the Round Mound Cemetery. Oddly, wind never blows in the cemetery, even though it is located on top of a round hill. During the late hours of the night, the dead can be heard screaming from their graves.