Palestine Church

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The building is surrounded by a cemetery that dates back to the early 1800’s, and the church and cemetery have been abandoned for years. There have been many reports of hauntings here, including shuffling footsteps when no one is around, voices talking, screams and doors opening and closing by themselves. Many people have reported seeing a ghostly figure sitting at the piano, which sometimes plays by itself. Other people have reported seeing a figure in a hooded black cloak, standing in the church corners and not moving. When approached, it vanishes. Cold spots are felt in the church, and the feeling of being watched is reported by many who go there. Outside the church in the cemetery, people report hearing things walking around, and seeing shadowy apparitions moving around the gravestones.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    Palestine Church Loop
    Clarksburg, TN
    United States

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    GPS:
    35.85777412415637, -88.47837755081855
    County:
    Carroll County, Tennessee
    Nearest Towns:
    Clarksburg, TN (4.9 mi.)
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    1. This place may or may not be haunted. Regardless people should stop coming here to vandalize. The people who own it are hurt and angry. This is the second the cops have had to be called. Knocking over gravestones is disrespectful and frankly disgusting. Those who have done this should be ashamed. The man who cares for this place has children buried here.

    2. My Great-Grandparents and other family members are buried at Palestine… I grew up going to mow the cemetery with my Grandparents, and my husband and I drive out to check on the whole property from time to time, especially during the spring, summer and fall months… My Great-Grands’ grave is one of the 29 that were vandalized the other night and it has seriously upset me and my whole family. I don’t understand why people feel that it is OK to do things like this, and I hope that they understand that even if the police don’t catch them, God sees ALL!!! I will pray for them!

    3. Just came from there was very disappointed to what I saw. People worked so hard today and Friday. I carried my father we were not able to help but we were able to lend fellowship.

    4. People who do these kind of distruction are as guilty as someone who takes another life.It may not be a body they are killing but a soul at rest.

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