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Sauerkraut Cave - Louisville KY Real Haunt

  • E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park
  • Louisville, KY
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Sauerkraut Cave is located inside E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park in Louisville. The cave got its name because it was once used as to age sauerkraut. Local legend says the paranormal activity that takes place at the cave is due to it being located beneath the Lakeland Asylum for the Insane. The asylum had been known for overcrowding and mistreating its patients. Rumor has it that the cave was where bodies were buried and was even used as an escape route for inmates. Some of the eerie happenings inside Sauerkraut Cave include strange visions and ghostly voices.
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