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Submitted by Cath
Comment by Msponheime@aol: The cemetery that you are talking about was located on Oakdale Road and was moved before they could finish building the homes. I know this because my dad had a house on Oakdale road across the street from the cemetery, the cemetery dated back to the early 1800s and I believe the last person buried there was sometime after the Civil War.
Comment by Samantha: Do you have more information on this?.
Comment by Kathy: There is a cemetery that is in Point Pleasant on private property. It's very small and in a yard that the public cannot access. My husband had told me this when we would pass by. He's 44 and lived in Pt Pleasant GB all his life.
Comment by Richard: Just because there is a ''presence'' at a location does not mean that it is an evil one. As you've experienced it/they just wanted recognition. Glad thing worked out for you.
Categories: home, cemetery, noises, civil_war, bar
Near Glen Burnie on Washington parkway I swore I saw a apparition of a man walking down the road remember it was a battleground it depends on the land not road or building.
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