Myrtle Grove Cemetery

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Address:
Myrtle Grove Cemetery
Lamar, MS
United States

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GPS:
31.0473719, -89.60364129999999
County:
Lamar County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
Lumberton, MS (9.5 mi.)
Purvis, MS (13.2 mi.)
Angie, LA (13.4 mi.)
Poplarville, MS (14.9 mi.)
Varnado, LA (17.1 mi.)
Columbia, MS (19.8 mi.)
Foxworth, MS (20.5 mi.)
Bogalusa, LA (22.9 mi.)
West Hattiesburg, MS (23.1 mi.)
Arnold Line, MS (24.1 mi.)

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  1. The feelings of dread are right on point. This place definitely makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand straight up.

  2. I have been there 4 or 5 times, never felt anything. It is a very well maintained cemetery. The constant humming of all the oil wells is probably what gets to people. If anything, it’s more of a place where you might see bigfoot.

  3. Me and my friends went out to this cemetery at midnight on Halloween, 2012. And it was terrifying, no one believes any of us when we tell the story. We drove out to the cemetery and walked around. We had flashlights and read many of the headstones. In the center of the graveyard a iron rod was protruding from the ground and at the top of the rod was a baby dolls head. The baby dolls head was very dirty, with no hair and glass eyes. But the strangest part was the circle surrounding it. A perfect dry circle about six feet wide. It was a DRY circle. It rained not even ten minutes before we arrived, the surrounding grass was soaked. Literally one of the weirdest experiences we’ve all had.

  4. When I was 7 or 8 I remember I felt like I had to walk to this cemetery. I got a piece of sheet rock. It was like chalk. I marked the trees I past. I thought that way I would be able to get back home easier. My paw paw rankin and uncle Jeff rankin were burried there at the time. I knew the cemetery was close but not real close. I came across a spring of water so I drank some. Then I continued walking. Sure enough I found the cemetary. I was shocked. I can’t understand it but something tells me this wasn’t my idea. There was a fence so I felt like I could go no futher. What were the odds of me making it there. I could have wound up any where in the vast woods. Why would I have wanted to go? Then I could barely hear my mother yelling for me. It was almost night . I ran back following the chalk marks. Finally I was home. She was so worried about me. I didn’t tell her where I had been. She was worried enough already. Letter one night I looked out my window and two 93rd eyes were starring at me. I ran to my parent’s room door and pounded and I was crying and scared. The told me to go back to bed. I would get scared quit often at night and sleep in front of there door. We moved when I was nine.

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