Antioch Rest Cemetery

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Antioch Rest Cemetery in Grandview Texas has a long history of paranormal activity. People have reported that they have had rocks thrown at their cars when parked across the road or even when driving by with nobody around. We experienced this for ourselves, and while we weren’t able to officially document it, it was something that we couldn’t find a rational explanation for.

Other people have seen shadows and ghost lights. We were able to document some of this activity for ourselves on video, but could not find a conclusive source.

There is at least one known account of a possible dark attachment that was the result of an amateur investigation at the site. A woman with a group of friends became confrontational while trying to elicit a paranormal response; Later that night she began acting strangely and began having violent outbursts. Later that night a family friend with strong religious background came and prayed over the woman and the activity with her eventually ceased. However for months after that, other friends of the group who were present during the investigation, and the cleansing; began experiencing events in their own homes such as their children becoming suddenly afraid, screaming out in terror in the night, furniture moving on it’s own without explanation, and phantom noises when nobody else was home. After time the activity stopped on it’s own. But the people involved refuse to go back.

(Submitted by Ashton R)

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Geographic Information

Address:
9500 County Road 304A
Grandview, TX
United States

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GPS:
32.30912885655226, -97.19364470234723
County:
Johnson County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Grandview, TX (2.8 mi.)
Alvarado, TX (6.8 mi.)
Keene, TX (9.7 mi.)
Covington, TX (9.8 mi.)
Venus, TX (10.1 mi.)
Maypearl, TX (10.6 mi.)
Itasca, TX (10.6 mi.)
Cleburne, TX (11.6 mi.)
Rio Vista, TX (11.8 mi.)
Plum Grove, TX (14.3 mi.)

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  1. This place is extremely creepy, we drove by around 11:30pm on a Saturday Night. We didn’t see anything, but we also didn’t plan on stopping, but I definitely believe that place is extremely haunted. I recommend go check it out during the day time so you know your surrounding because at night it is pitch black and there are not lights around.

  2. I go there about once a year… I take groups who ask.. always park you car a distance down the road, AWAY from the train tracks and the cemetery itself. I have never been there without someone having a vehicle problem because they parked too close to the location. I have seen white fire like lights while in the cemetery. Also two starched apparitions kept us in the cemetery for hours once … it did not feel safe to leave with them hitting the gates…. thy came up from the tracks. Be wary of them. There is history in this cemetery ask around the town. Also go in groups only… sometimes there are late night criminal issues.

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