Bethel Cemetery

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Bethel Cemetery, founded in 1853, reportedly contains a haunted grave marked with strange symbols. Legend has it that photographs of this grave, belonging to Oda Kirby (“Lived and Died Sept 17, 1909”), will all turn out overexposed.

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Geographic Information

Address:
S Moore Road and Christi Ln
Coppell, TX
United States

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GPS:
32.95844571705696, -96.97609801583894
County:
Dallas County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Coppell, TX (2.3 mi.)
Carrollton, TX (5.0 mi.)
Farmers Branch, TX (5.1 mi.)
Grapevine, TX (6.1 mi.)
Lewisville, TX (6.2 mi.)
Flower Mound, TX (8.0 mi.)
Hebron, TX (8.0 mi.)
Addison, TX (8.5 mi.)
Southlake, TX (9.2 mi.)
Highland Village, TX (10.1 mi.)

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