Calvary Cemetery

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At Calvary Cemetery, you can find the visuals for many stories told by school kids. There are several about an evil doctor who appears as a ghost-devil, and some about Hell Road, a nearby path where animal sacrifices were allegedly performed. Ghost hunters determined that no such devilish behavior really occurs here, and the spirits who do reside here just want to be left in peace.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Pfau and Goodyear
Mankato, MN
United States

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GPS:
44.17581661658268, -93.9768644571086
County:
Blue Earth County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Mankato, MN (1.4 mi.)
North Mankato, MN (2.8 mi.)
Skyline, MN (3.5 mi.)
Eagle Lake, MN (4.8 mi.)
Kasota, MN (8.1 mi.)
Madison Lake, MN (8.2 mi.)
Saint Clair, MN (8.8 mi.)
Saint Peter, MN (10.3 mi.)
Cleveland, MN (12.4 mi.)
Nicollet, MN (12.5 mi.)

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