Carnation Cemetery

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Among the eerie things reported in this cemetery are disembodied footsteps and whispers, the apparition of a woman in a white dress (sometimes with a young boy), apparitions that show up in your peripheral vision and unexplained pains suffered by visitors.

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Geographic Information

Address:
5187 Carnation Duvall Rd NE
Carnation, WA
United States

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GPS:
47.65249589263924, -121.91111782191001
County:
King County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Carnation, WA (0.3 mi.)
Lake Marcel-Stillwater, WA (2.8 mi.)
Ames Lake, WA (2.9 mi.)
Union Hill-Novelty Hill, WA (5.8 mi.)
Fall City, WA (6.0 mi.)
Duvall, WA (7.1 mi.)
Sammamish, WA (7.9 mi.)
Snoqualmie, WA (9.4 mi.)
Redmond, WA (9.9 mi.)
Cottage Lake, WA (10.0 mi.)

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  1. My friend and I went here and were almost in a trance like state…we got horrible migranes and pain in the back of our necks. There was a really rotten sulfur smell up by the gate and when we shined the flashlight at one of the headstones near the gate there was a white mist…but the light didn’t travel through it! Super scary, definitely recommend. The whole town is freaky.

  2. There is a an old Native American belief, not necessarily from local tribes and not specific to any one cemetery or region, that pains in the feet and legs experienced while walking a cemetery could be from spirits of the departed reaching out to you. Of course, this could also be explained scientifically as muscle fatigue from walking the uneven ground in non-maintained cemeteries that receive minimal or no perpetual care.

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