Jesse Creek Cemetery

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This abandoned and overgrown cemetery is reported to be near Haunted Hill and Circle Mountain off CR 2700, and lies in an open field near an abandoned landscape business. Folks report that those who try to use digital cameras to take pictures here find that their cameras are not working properly.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Circle Mountain Road
South of Bartlesville, OK
United States

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GPS:
36.7140734, -95.99865319999998
County:
Washington County, Oklahoma
Nearest Towns:
Bartlesville, OK (2.5 mi.)
Dewey, OK (6.6 mi.)
Ochelata, OK (7.9 mi.)
Copan, OK (13.3 mi.)
Ramona, OK (13.4 mi.)
Barnsdall, OK (13.9 mi.)
Avant, OK (15.9 mi.)
Wann, OK (17.6 mi.)
Pawhuska, OK (19.0 mi.)
Vera, OK (19.4 mi.)

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  1. Tiffany Phillips  |  

    I took this pic at jessy creek Labor day weekend- Sat. After I took pic my camera quit working. The whole time we could smell something rotten. It seemed to us the smell was following us through the cemetery. In the pic is my husband my best friend and her husband. we went back on Sunday and the smell was gone and we couldn’t find where It could of came from. Would like you opinion on my pic the pic is of the square thing in front of the entrance. It appears there were five or six graves in there

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