Aspenvale Cemetery

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Aspenvale Cemetery is the burial site of several Revolutionary War heroes such as Gen. William Campbell, famous for the Battle of King’s Mountain, and his wife Elizabeth, sister of Patrick Henry. Witnesses say the strange anomalies happen here along with an odd feeling that there is something unseen around. Orbs also have turned up in photographs of the site.

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Near 7 Mile Ford and Spring Branch
North Fork, VA
United States

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36.81464931995379, -81.64030820131302
Smyth County, Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Seven Mile Ford, VA (0.7 mi.)
Chilhowie, VA (2.6 mi.)
McMullin, VA (3.4 mi.)
Adwolf, VA (3.7 mi.)
Marion, VA (7.1 mi.)
Glade Spring, VA (7.4 mi.)
Saltville, VA (8.2 mi.)
Emory, VA (11.2 mi.)
Atkins, VA (12.5 mi.)
Sugar Grove, VA (12.9 mi.)

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