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Apparently a grave which is adorned with a statue of the deceased is said to cry. And it isn’t condensation either, really.

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City Cemetery
Kosciusko, MS
United States

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33.05351, -89.58621
Attala County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
Kosciusko, MS (0.3 mi.)
Ethel, MS (8.4 mi.)
Sallis, MS (10.6 mi.)
West, MS (14.9 mi.)
Durant, MS (15.6 mi.)
McCool, MS (17.3 mi.)
Goodman, MS (19.8 mi.)
French Camp, MS (19.8 mi.)
Redwater, MS (20.0 mi.)
Vaiden, MS (21.2 mi.)


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  1. janette.reeves  |  

    I’m from carthage ms. i have lived in kosciusko when i was 12. N yes this is a true story. i was told this story from my grandpa.

  2. No, it is the old statue of Mrs. Kelly, I grew up in Kosciusko. She was an old school teacher from the late 1800s. Many stories to this “Haunted” place. Do your homework before you go!

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