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Dodge Hill Road and Cemetery

Dodge Hill Road and Cemetery




The History:

Apparently, locals head to Dodge Hill Cemetery to go sledding in the wintertime. The road to this location has several curves and a steep drop off on either side at some points and a number of people have died on the road leading to the cemetery.

The Haunting:

The report on this location states that if you go to Dodge Hill Cemetery at night and point your headlights at the statue of Jesus, "He will eventually move".

Also, reports of human and animal apparitions walking among the tombstones.

Observations:

Cemeteries are commonly reported as being "haunted". The part about shining one’s headlights at the statue is commonly found in reports of the paranormal, but tends to fall most readily into the category of "folklore".

Essentially, I would regard the Jesus-statue-headlight scenario as a form of scrying. A mirror would work better. If you stare at anything long enough and soften your gaze in just the right way (which usually takes quite a bit of training, but some people get lucky at it, or have a natural ability to "see" in this way), you’ll be able to see all sorts of things (like auras for example, and intentions).

Resources:

Shadowlands Haunted Places Index




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