Not to be confused with New Grove Cemetery, the Fort White Cemetery is a really old cemetery where most of the gravestones are unreadable or have been buried by leaves or dirt. It is definitely spooky and creepy there, it is really overgrown and goes back into the woods quite a ways, but there is a legend that goes with it. Rumor has it that if you go into the cemetery way back separated from other graves is a tree with a gravestone that has been broken in half under it. You are supposed to put the gravestone back together and read what’s on it and you will hear babies crying or possibly see children running.
(Submitted by Chris J)
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- Between Virginia Way and Dallas Terrace
Fort White, FL
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- 29.91506180715095, -82.76314330083551
- Columbia County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
- Fort White, FL (3.0 mi.)
Branford, FL (10.3 mi.)
High Springs, FL (11.7 mi.)
Bell, FL (12.5 mi.)
Worthington Springs, FL (20.4 mi.)
Lake City, FL (20.4 mi.)
Newberry, FL (20.8 mi.)
Trenton, FL (21.1 mi.)
Watertown, FL (21.1 mi.)
Five Points, FL (21.7 mi.)
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