Cave-in-Rock State Park

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The ghost story here starts with Samuel Mason, a robber who established a gambling tavern here around 1800. He attracted customers with alchohol, prostitutes and gambling, then robbed and sometimes killed them. Although now the site is known for its natural features, some witnesses have reported hearing moans and cries of the ages-old victims coming from the cave.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Cave-in-Rock State Park
United States

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GPS:
37.468318745748704, -88.15610530973572
County:
Hardin County, Illinois
Nearest Towns:
Cave-in-Rock, IL (0.5 mi.)
Tolu, KY (5.5 mi.)
Elizabethtown, IL (8.3 mi.)
Marion, KY (10.2 mi.)
Rosiclare, IL (10.9 mi.)
Sturgis, KY (10.9 mi.)
Carrsville, KY (13.0 mi.)
Crayne, KY (14.2 mi.)
Salem, KY (14.9 mi.)
Old Shawneetown, IL (15.8 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://dnr.state.il.us/lands/landmgt/parks/r5/caverock.htm

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