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John’s River Historical Cemetery

John’s River Historical Cemetery

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  • Date Posted: May 1, 2014
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  • Address: Ocosta, WA 98520, USA

For the first time, the Washington State Paranormal Research Group conduct an outdoor investigation on the property of a haunted historical cemetery.

On June 13, 2009 the WSPRG were called to investigate a historical cemetery. This cemetery was located on private property. The owner had been in the process of clearing land when several unknown graves were uncovered. Paranormal activity soon followed in the forms of shadows, orbs of light, and mysterious sounds and voices. This phenomenon was also observed in the surrounding forest of the property. Could disturbing the historical cemetery be the cause of the recent paranormal activity?

The cemetery is that of early homesteaders and explorers who made the first bold settlements in the rugged and harsh Pacific Northwest. In the past, lost hikers and hunters have accidentally stumbled in to the cemetery and reported seeing ghosts. The property owners, terrified and desperate, searched to find answers to why the increased activity developed. The WSPRG was allowed three days to investigate the activity.

This compelling private research documentary takes you into the center of the investigation everyone is talking about. Join members of the Washington State Paranormal Research Group as they investigate one of the oldest and forgotten cemeteries in the Pacific Northwest.


Ocosta WA Washington United States

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