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Pleasant Valley Cemetery

Pleasant Valley Cemetery

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  • Address: Mansfield, OH, USA

Pleasant Valley Cemetery

The Pleasant Valley Cemetery is said to be haunted by the people killed by Ceely Rose. Ceely Rose was a 23 year old woman who had a crush on a neighbor boy in 1886. When her parents asked her to stop harassing the boy, she decided to murder the whole family using rat poison.

Visitors to Pleasant Valley Cemetery have observed strange events and orbs in photographs taken at this location.

Other Related Haunts:

The Ceely Rose House (now known as the Malabar Farm Inn) in Mansfield is also said to be haunted as well as Pleasant Valley Cemetery, but the house is where the ghost of Ceely Rose herself is said to hang out, peering through the windows.

Mansfield has quite a lot of fascinating haunted locations. Perhaps the most famous is the Mansfield Reformatory, also known as the Ohio State Reformatory.

Don’t forget to stop by the Lucas Cemetery if you’re visiting Pleasant Valley Cemetery. The Lucas Cemetery is also said to be haunted by a woman known as Bloody Mary/Mary Jane. Some Mansfield locals call this place “Mary Jane’s Cemetery”.


Forgotten USA (2012). Pleasant Valley Cemetery.  Retreived October 2, 2012 from

Central Ohio Paranormal Society (2004).  Ceely Rose House. Retrieved October 2, 2012 from

Yahoo! Inc. (2012). The Ghosts of Mansfield, Ohio. Retrieved October 2, 2012 from (n.d.).  Malabar Farm. Retrieved October 2, 2012 from



Mansfield OH Ohio United States

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