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Stepp Cemetery at Morgan-Monroe State Forest - Martinsville IN Real Haunts

   
  • 6220 Forest Road
  • Martinsville, IN
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Numerous stories exist around this cemetery that all point to it being haunted. Some say an apparition of an old woman roams the grounds. Legends has it that her German Shepherd was hung from a tree by fraternity boys, as a result, she (being a witch) cursed the boys and cemetery. Another ghost of a mother also exists here. Her infant boy was killed by a car and over taken by her grief, she spent her remaining days at the cemetery talking and singing to her son by a tree. Some say they've heard soft cries and singing near the boy's grave.
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  • The other cemetery

    Back in the day, we use to go out here a lot. It was fun but we never saw anything. It was more our minds playing tricks on us. But one time we went out there and got lost trying to get back. We stumbled across another cemetery close to Stepp. Now that one was way more creepy than Stepp. There is a statue of a soldier there that no matter where you are in the cemetery looks and feels like he is watching you. How his eyes are made just creeps you out. And the story we heard is if you don't put a penny down then bad things will happen. We didn't know that and once we got back to our cars 2 of the 3 cars wouldn't start.

    Posted 2/28/16

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  • Car malfunction

    In 1980, some freinds and I visited Stepp Cemetary at midnight. Noises scared us and we ran back to the car to leave and none of the windows would roll up (manual windows) We were only able to roll them up after we left.

    Posted 2/17/16

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  • haunted place

    It was awesome place to visit

    Posted 2/17/16

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  • So many high school nights

    My friends and me were out there almost every other weekend. Either a car load or a convoy of of us! Small groups were the best. Never saw anything, but heard so many creepy noises. From the hell hounds, to whispers, and hearing foot steps. One night 4 of us went out, we were there for about 20 mins. Then I heard something in the tree line by the older graves. We walked up the the tree line and it sound like the foots steps were coming towards us. Finally we just stopped and listened, next thing we heard was a low growl and a snap. Never ran so fast in my life!!! Miss that place like crazy!

    Posted 2/17/16

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  • Stepp Cemetery

    My brother in law and I went there one night after visiting my father. I was immediately drawn to the infants grave. I was overwhelmed with sadness immediately. I went to turn around and talk to my brother in law and in the same place I just walked through I was hit in the face as hard as could be. No one around me and nothing in my way. My brother in law was half way across the cemetery looking at other graves and he heard the hit and seen me hit the ground. I felt sick to my stomach and had an imprint on my face for hours after. Was definitely shocking but willing to go back.

    Posted 2/16/16

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  • Stepp Cemetery

    This was our 4th trip back to Stepp . This time it was a late fall night of 2015 around 2 am when we arrived. This time , the vibe we had was different. It was foggy from where it just rained before we got there . We kept hearing noises and we did what we usually do and visited baby Lester first. From the grave we took new photos of the trunk that the "witch" was suppose to be around. We took our photos , then we kept having that feeling someone was watching us. It was only us 5 guys. We knew something wasn't right . We spent about 2 hours in the cemetery and the wind started to pick up and it started to rain . So we got out of there. We went home developed the photos onto the IMac and we put thermal filter on photos . And this is what we caught . We couldn't believe our eyes.

    Posted 2/16/16

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