Lawrence Cemetery

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Lawrence Cemetery, aka Cady Cemetery, is said to be haunted. Witnesses have seen orbs, eerie lights and a strange fog and heard growling and other unexplained noises.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1639 Sand Acres Dr
Lawrence, WI
United States

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GPS:
44.4347657, -88.12013910000002
County:
Brown County, Wisconsin
Nearest Towns:
De Pere, WI (3.1 mi.)
Ashwaubenon, WI (4.1 mi.)
Oneida, WI (5.4 mi.)
Allouez, WI (5.9 mi.)
Green Bay, WI (7.6 mi.)
Howard, WI (7.7 mi.)
Wrightstown, WI (7.8 mi.)
Greenleaf, WI (8.5 mi.)
Bellevue, WI (9.9 mi.)
Seymour, WI (11.8 mi.)

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  1. I was walking back to the Vehicles with my friends and this White Cloaked figure started staring at me stumbling towards me. I tried to keep to myself but had to tell my girlfriend. I still have chills and and spiritually afraid to be there. The living are not wanted there at night.

  2. I grew up in De Pere and have heard a few different things and had one experience of my own. Rumors of this place being haunted would come up from time to time, especially around Halloween. Different people heard voices or saw lights/orbs and some even had photos of these orbs. I never believed in ghosts but one day I got on the topic of the Lawrence Cemetary with my mom and she told me that one of her co-workers lived in the subdivision directly behind the cemetary and would go for morning walks and often would pass the cemetary. She stopped taking this route after one morning while walking by the cemetary, she saw the ghost of a man riding his bike through the cemetary. She swears she is not crazy, that there was a mist and ghost of a man on his bike. After hearing this story me and my friends decided we would drive through late one night in September. We stopped in the cemetary and rolled down all the car windows and listened. Nothing. Our friend Jake was driving and was not at all scared and started honking the horn and yelling things like Hello?! Is anyone there?! Seconds later my friend Molly and I that were in the back seat looked at each other with huge blinking eyes. I had felt this cold drop of temperature and the feeling of being watched was very present. “Did you feel that too?” She asked me. I said yeah and we started screaming to get the hell out of there. Whatever spirit or presence I felt was definitely not happy we were there and definitely not happy we were disturbing anyone’s peace. I won’t go back again, the whole thing still scares me and is the most paranormal experience that I’ve had do date.

  3. Went here a couple days ago with a few friends, we turned the car off and waited for sounds and looked around and saw nothing. Some people from the car walked around and said they saw nothing and felt nothing of a presence. This is definiality a bunch of bogus and a waste of time going here.

  4. Me and my friends went to the cemetery after chugging a bottle of vodka. Not sure if these sightings were my PTSD or the ghosts here. Anyways, we saw a man in a white cloak with “KKK” across the chest. We had our Mexican friend Josè with us. After we walked in the woods Josè went and grabbed some tortillas but never came back. We eventually found one tortilla, with only one bite out of it and not a sign of Josè. To this day, Josè has not been found. We went back with more tortillas to try and lure him out of hiding from the cloaked man, but no sign still. RIP

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