Mount Pleasant Cemetery

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The back part of this cemetery has been left to ruin, and supposedly its in that area that ghost hunters have the most success capturing orbs on their digital cameras.

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Mount Pleasant Cemetery
Gainesville, FL
United States
29.6795866, -82.33654179999996
Alachua County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Gainesville, FL (2.1 mi.)
Alachua, FL (7.3 mi.)
La Crosse, FL (12.0 mi.)
Micanopy, FL (12.6 mi.)
Waldo, FL (12.7 mi.)
Brooker, FL (14.5 mi.)
Archer, FL (15.1 mi.)
Hawthorne, FL (16.1 mi.)
Newberry, FL (16.4 mi.)
McIntosh, FL (17.4 mi.)


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  1. I’ve been here before around 7pm, So there was alittle bit of light left. Just walked around for 5 minutes and felt as if someone was playing with my necklace.

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