Rebecca Lutes' Grave

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Local legend has it that Rebecca Lutes was 16-year-old psychic who lived in the 1870s, and because of her natural-born sixth sense, she was hanged for being a witch, a vampire, or another such demon. She was buried near Gorge Road in the woods across from the cement and culvert company site, face-down under a heavy slab; any headstones that were here are long gone. Now all manner of ghostly activity is supposed to happen in the area, including eerie lights, fires, occult activity and freak accidents; a black ghost cat is even said to cross the road near here. However, reports show that Rebecca Lutes died of natural causes and the rest of the story was made up. The concrete slab, as well as the fencing, was placed there by later owners so farm equipment wouldn’t harm the graves of Rebecca and her other family members who had been buried here over the years.

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Geographic Information

Gorge Road
Moncton, NB

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46.14805101849078, -64.86773514712695
Westmorland County
Nearest Towns:
Berry Mill, NB (4.5 mi.)
Berry Mills, NB (4.5 mi.)
Berrys Mills, NB (4.5 mi.)
Dieppe, NB (6.5 mi.)
Moncton, NB (6.6 mi.)
Riverview, NB (7.3 mi.)
Lakeburn, NB (10.2 mi.)
Salisbury, NB (11.8 mi.)
Canaan Station, NB (11.8 mi.)
Notre Dame, NB (12.7 mi.)


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