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Cave Hill Cemetery - Real Louisville Haunted Place

  • 701 Baxter Ave.
  • Louisville, KY
The Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville is a historic, Victorian-era graveyard that is beautiful by day and creepy by night. The cemetery dates back to 1848 and is the final resting place of Civil War soldiers from both the Union and Confederate Armies. Ghost sightings at the cemetery are common and witnesses have reported seeing apparitions, glowing green orbs that hover over headstones, cold winds, and disembodied whispers.
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