Mount Pisgah Cemetery

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This historic pioneer cemetery is haunted by many apparitions. Late in the afternnon, visitors to the cemetery have reported seeing the apparition of a ghostly jogger who disappears at sunset every night. Various shadowy apparitions have been seen standing next to graves, as well as the apparition of a faceless woman in a white dress.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
South Emerson Avenue
Gillette, WY
United States

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GPS:
44.284427644337086, -105.49973246137694
County:
Campbell County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Gillette, WY (0.5 mi.)
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  1. YES..THIS IS TRUE. I thought I was the only one. Their is a statue that is of the virgin Mary and when you walk by or in or anywhere around the area. Her face morphs into a sad version. Very scary. I used to play there as a teenager saw the women in white countless times. If you go In deep enough into where the angel statue and bench is and just sit for a moment in total silence, she will talk to you.

    • I have been watching all of these ghost shows and I am a big believer in it now. I do live in the town. I just wanted to ask you what time at night did you go out to

  2. I decided one night to explore with some friends, at the entrance about 50 feet into the cemetery there is a grave with a bright light. I saw a shadow run past the light.

  3. I went there to check this out when my wife and I were in town visiting friends. As we were walking past some trees deep in the cemetery,we heard a noise and saw something floating right in front of us at eye level. This happened several times and it became clearer as night enveloped. I then walked to a tool shack that was nearby and opened the door. it was then that I found a young whipper-snapper pulling a “Greg Brady”. He had a comb right by his mouth and a projector facing an open window. He was making the sounds of a ghost with the comb in his mouth and using the projector to display a flying saucer just like Greg Brady. I thought he was going to run because I caught him doing this,but he just showed me a roll of Mento’s candy and we both laughed and went our way.

  4. Melissa Bonefield  |  

    Me my sister and my nephew seen the jogging man! We were in her car driving around and we were at the top of the cemetery and he was going in the opposite direction, then we drove down and he was by us again! No way a regular person could’ve done that, that fast! It was crazy!

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