Aultorest Memorial Park - 36th Street Cemetery

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Among the spooky things rumored to be in this cemetery are a blue- or green-glowing headstone, cackling ravens, tombstones that stay warm even in winter, and orbs and shadow figures that show up in photographs.

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Geographic Information

36th St and Monroe
Ogden, UT
United States

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41.2014491, -111.9619371
Weber County, Utah
Nearest Towns:
South Ogden, UT (0.8 mi.)
Ogden, UT (1.6 mi.)
Washington Terrace, UT (2.1 mi.)
Riverdale, UT (2.8 mi.)
Roy, UT (4.3 mi.)
Uintah, UT (4.4 mi.)
West Haven, UT (4.6 mi.)
Marriott-Slaterville, UT (4.8 mi.)
South Weber, UT (5.0 mi.)
Harrisville, UT (5.7 mi.)


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