Cambridge Northwood Cemetery

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Cambridge Northwood Cemetery, burial place of congressmen John Earl Henderson, James Joyce and Charles Ellis Moore, is said to be home to a ghostly woman in a white formal dress from circa 1920. She has been seen for a short time before fading away, usually on clear summer nights.

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    Geographic Information

    1399 N 10th St
    Cambridge, OH 43725
    United States

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    40.04231725356212, -81.58748283652346
    Guernsey County, Ohio
    Nearest Towns:
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      • Jokes aside, may my dad, grandmother, grandfather, cousins, aunts, and uncles rest in peace. I dont think it is, or heard anything about it being haunted

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