Dunlap Cemetery

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A number of spooky occurrences have been reported at this cemetery: Three tall shadow figures that stand near some oak trees, a chanting voice that seems to say “Leave us alone,” cold spots near unmarked graves, and footsteps that seem to follow visitors.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Sans Baker Road
Dunlap, CA
United States

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GPS:
36.710111325426965, -119.13352203368049
County:
Fresno County, California
Nearest Towns:
Squaw Valley, CA (6.6 mi.)
Wilsonia, CA (10.0 mi.)
Hartland, CA (10.5 mi.)
Orange Cove, CA (11.6 mi.)
East Orosi, CA (13.2 mi.)
Orosi, CA (14.2 mi.)
Cutler, CA (15.5 mi.)
Sultana, CA (16.1 mi.)
Seville, CA (16.3 mi.)
Yettem, CA (17.0 mi.)

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  1. On the corner of maine and lubican there is an abandoned house with broken windows and rundown and when i walk to school i hear someone yelling and someone breaking dishes and dogs barking and if youre reading this im typing this on the 10/24/14.

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