Greendale Cemetery

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White or gray apparitions have been seen, and locals say that passing the graves belonging to the Tebbs family will give you chills and an uneasy feeling of being watched. Cold breezes have been reported here on hot, windless days.

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Greendale Cemetery
Lawrenceburg, IN
United States

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39.1162295, -84.86395979999998
Dearborn County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Greendale, IN (0.3 mi.)
Lawrenceburg, IN (1.9 mi.)
Petersburg, KY (3.3 mi.)
Hidden Valley, IN (3.4 mi.)
Elizabethtown, OH (4.3 mi.)
Aurora, IN (4.6 mi.)
North Bend, OH (6.7 mi.)
Cleves, OH (6.9 mi.)
Hooven, OH (7.1 mi.)
Bright, IN (7.1 mi.)


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  1. I have went many days in the middle of the night at the tebbs graves..if to. Hang out long enough u cab get amazing pics but sent stay too long there is a bad spirit that will make its way over to the tebbs graves

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