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tellin the truth

Dexter, MO

#212 Aug 28, 2012
Phs 2008 wrote:
The so called witch that is in the witches cemetary is not real. She is just a normal person accused of witch craft. I know the people that keep the place looking good and they told me that she's not buried there. She is not buried in the south corner eihter, becuase i asked. But the lady is in that cemetary, somewhere. But the ladys real tombstone was given to the family and they have it because kids were messing with that one to.
I know this to be true. I know where she is buried and it is not the iron fence grave. I think kids just assumed that was it but it wasn't. And strange things have happened out there. Unexplainable things.
Guest

Kennett, MO

#213 Aug 31, 2012
tellin the truth wrote:
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I know this to be true. I know where she is buried and it is not the iron fence grave. I think kids just assumed that was it but it wasn't. And strange things have happened out there. Unexplainable things.
Her tombstone used to be inside the iron fence grave for a long time. Why did she have such a creepy epitaph on her tombstone?
Legend keeper

Mountain Home, AR

#214 Sep 1, 2012
The witches grave yard is VERY haunted...

Legend has it that if you go there and start messing with things, you will get arrested if caught!

I'd be extremely cautious!
Just me

Paragould, AR

#215 Mar 5, 2014
commenter wrote:
<quoted text>Yes that is true..the boy did kill them and he hid them under the house in their basement. weeks went by as he continuously had parties there..until finally the neighbors begin complaining about a horrible odor. they eventually called the law about it and the police got invovled with a investigation and discovered the bodies..
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That's not true they weren't left in the basement Aaron's bedroom was separate from the rest of the house, the bodies of his mom Barbra, his step dad David and his sister Andrea, were found in the main part of the house, his mother was found in her bedroom, Andrea was found in her bedroom and David was found in the living room. My dad knew Aaron and always said he was a little off. His family was terrified of him that's why his bedroom wasn't connected to the rest if the house. My uncle was a paramedic in rector at the time, he helped with the bodies. I was told that a family moved in a while later but there was a fire that started out if no where. The house has been empty for a while now. If you ask me the house looks Extreamly creepy! The inside is just as bad.
Adam Beck

United States

#216 Feb 17, 2017
Does anyone know if 690 spurlock ave in piggot is haunted
UpsetHeCouldGetO ut

Tulsa, OK

#217 Mar 17, 2017
commenter wrote:
<quoted text>Yes that is true..the boy did kill them and he hid them under the house in their basement. weeks went by as he continuously had parties there..until finally the neighbors begin complaining about a horrible odor. they eventually called the law about it and the police got invovled with a investigation and discovered the bodies..
His name is actually Aaron Hodge not Flick. I went to school with him. He just wishes he was a Flick. Now he can get resentenced due to a new thing because he was a minor at the time of the murders
Dad

Louisville, CO

#218 Mar 22, 2017
olderwiser wrote:
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Back in the 1960's a group of teens went out to that cemetery on a Sunday afternoon. The fascination with the grave was the wrought iron fence around it and the picture of the lady on the toombstone. The lady had probably been an attractive lady for her time, but she did not look like we did in the sixties, so some comments were made about her looks. It was then decided that the fence was put around her grave to keep her inside since she was a witch. The brave thing to do then was to go INSIDE the fence and stand by her grave. We did not desecrate her grave, push over her stone or hurt anything, and very few were brave enough to go over the fence. I know the story grew from that time, because she was in fact a very nice lady and the fence was around her grave because at the time she was buried, that area was still open range and the family had money, so they put a fence around her grave to keep the cattle and other livestock from walking on her grave. This type of fence was like a status symbol in those days. I visited her grave once as an adult and found the stone knocked over. I thought that was terrible and set it back up the best I could. All the stories that are told, the things that happened are the products of over active bored teens with big imaginations. I am not saying that I don't believe in spirits, but since I was part of the "legend" being started, I just wanted to set the story straight. She was not a witch. The worst thing that happened in that cemetery is that the kids would not leave it alone. I hope her family put her stone in a safe place. God bless them. If anyone can verify that the "legend" started before the 1960's, I would be interested in hearing their story. But I have talked to several old timers (some who are gone now) and they all gave me the same information...no story there before the sixties.
The supposed witches grave is not the one with the fence
Dad

United States

#219 Oct 13, 2017
olderwiser wrote:
<quoted text>
Back in the 1960's a group of teens went out to that cemetery on a Sunday afternoon. The fascination with the grave was the wrought iron fence around it and the picture of the lady on the toombstone. The lady had probably been an attractive lady for her time, but she did not look like we did in the sixties, so some comments were made about her looks. It was then decided that the fence was put around her grave to keep her inside since she was a witch. The brave thing to do then was to go INSIDE the fence and stand by her grave. We did not desecrate her grave, push over her stone or hurt anything, and very few were brave enough to go over the fence. I know the story grew from that time, because she was in fact a very nice lady and the fence was around her grave because at the time she was buried, that area was still open range and the family had money, so they put a fence around her grave to keep the cattle and other livestock from walking on her grave. This type of fence was like a status symbol in those days. I visited her grave once as an adult and found the stone knocked over. I thought that was terrible and set it back up the best I could. All the stories that are told, the things that happened are the products of over active bored teens with big imaginations. I am not saying that I don't believe in spirits, but since I was part of the "legend" being started, I just wanted to set the story straight. She was not a witch. The worst thing that happened in that cemetery is that the kids would not leave it alone. I hope her family put her stone in a safe place. God bless them. If anyone can verify that the "legend" started before the 1960's, I would be interested in hearing their story. But I have talked to several old timers (some who are gone now) and they all gave me the same information...no story there before the sixties.
It wasnt the one with the fence you retard
Dad

United States

#220 Oct 21, 2017
olderwiser wrote:
<quoted text>
Back in the 1960's a group of teens went out to that cemetery on a Sunday afternoon. The fascination with the grave was the wrought iron fence around it and the picture of the lady on the toombstone. The lady had probably been an attractive lady for her time, but she did not look like we did in the sixties, so some comments were made about her looks. It was then decided that the fence was put around her grave to keep her inside since she was a witch. The brave thing to do then was to go INSIDE the fence and stand by her grave. We did not desecrate her grave, push over her stone or hurt anything, and very few were brave enough to go over the fence. I know the story grew from that time, because she was in fact a very nice lady and the fence was around her grave because at the time she was buried, that area was still open range and the family had money, so they put a fence around her grave to keep the cattle and other livestock from walking on her grave. This type of fence was like a status symbol in those days. I visited her grave once as an adult and found the stone knocked over. I thought that was terrible and set it back up the best I could. All the stories that are told, the things that happened are the products of over active bored teens with big imaginations. I am not saying that I don't believe in spirits, but since I was part of the "legend" being started, I just wanted to set the story straight. She was not a witch. The worst thing that happened in that cemetery is that the kids would not leave it alone. I hope her family put her stone in a safe place. God bless them. If anyone can verify that the "legend" started before the 1960's, I would be interested in hearing their story. But I have talked to several old timers (some who are gone now) and they all gave me the same information...no story there before the sixties.
You ppl are stupid and know nothing.The witch is not the one with the fence smh
Dad

United States

#221 Oct 21, 2017
hickman wrote:
<quoted text>It is not Mary's Chapel. I know I have a lot of family members out there. It is on the same road as Mitchell's It is called Hillsboro and it is up a hill to the right.The old gravel pit drive way runs beside it . I never did see anything my self
I saw that graveyard one time when i was hunting. It was off in the woods
Dad

United States

#222 Oct 25, 2017
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>Her tombstone used to be inside the iron fence grave for a long time. Why did she have such a creepy epitaph on her tombstone?
The witches tombstone was never in the fence cause she wasnt burried there
Dad

United States

#223 Oct 26, 2017
My2cents wrote:
Next was Irene's house, I was one of them that went out there several times in large groups. I worked with an older nurse at PCH years ago that told me the story because she remembered it. It had something to do with Irene got killed by her sister out there over egg money, her sister then pulled the body in front of the horse/cow gate and let them out making it look like she was trampled to death. With no CSI back in the day, they ruled it accident.
I remember something about the water well, not sure anymore it's been so long.

I want to think there was a cemetary out past Greenway (not Mitchell's), but suposively it would glow on certain nights and you could see or hear a little girl. I remember some of my buddies actually wrecking their car trying to leave there, others car would stall out on them when trying to leave, just creapy stuff was supose to happen.
I stumbled across that cemetary yrs ago when i was hunting. It is off in the woods

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