Sycamore Church Cemetery

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Supposedly if you sit on a bench that’s in the cemetery you will feel a cold spot (probably not seeping up from the concrete bench) and someone breathing behind you.

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Address:
Sycamore Church
Picayune, MS
United States

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GPS:
30.54185799999999, -89.63784040000002
County:
Pearl River County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
Picayune, MS (2.7 mi.)
Carriere, MS (5.3 mi.)
Nicholson, MS (5.6 mi.)
Pearl River, LA (13.2 mi.)
Kiln, MS (15.2 mi.)
Sun, LA (16.9 mi.)
Diamondhead, MS (19.2 mi.)
Slidell, LA (20.3 mi.)
Pearlington, MS (20.5 mi.)
Bogalusa, LA (21.3 mi.)

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  1. As a follow up to my previous comment I had keyed in the wrong road on the GPS. I was under the assumption the church and cemetery was located on Sycamore Rd but it’s actually located on Carrie Mitchell Rd. I’ll have to make a trip back there sometime

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