Cold Springs Cemetery

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Cold Springs Cemetery, incorporated in 1840, is believed to be haunted by a girl who was murdered here while hitchhiking.

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4849 Cold Springs Rd
Lockport, NY 14094
United States

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43.1838989, -78.65747390000001
Niagara County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Lockport, NY (1.9 mi.)
South Lockport, NY (3.1 mi.)
Gasport, NY (4.2 mi.)
Rapids, NY (6.0 mi.)
Newfane, NY (7.6 mi.)
Middleport, NY (9.3 mi.)
Olcott, NY (11.0 mi.)
Barker, NY (11.3 mi.)
Sanborn, NY (11.9 mi.)
Clarence Center, NY (12.0 mi.)


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  1. I was driving and all of a sudden my radio began jumping and m cell phone lost reception. I suddenly got cold chills and a very eerie uncomfortable feeling. When I got service I called my mother she picked and then I heard static and then a demonic voice saying hello!
    I immediately sped back home to queens but then entire drive til I got off Long Island I felt an eerie uncomfortable, and uneasy feeling as if someone was sliding their cold hands down my back

  2. my father and my grandfather (his father) seen her years and years ago as she put her hands up on the car and said “help me” and they didn’t let her in their car because at that time it was common for a girl to act helpless and a bunch of guys run out and jack the car.. so they locked the doors and drove off and when they looked back she had vanished.. she was spotted on mountain rd I think he said tho, someone came into the bar a few weeks after who had actually picked her up and as he turned to ask her where she was going.. she was no longer in the back seat…. WOAH!!

  3. The grave in the middle, in the far back says “Stay though thy footsteps near this hallow’d spot.” I am pretty sure it is stay and not slay. I love this graveyard. It takes a good few hours to explore. I wish I had a friend that would walk these places with me. The feelings here are definitely spooky and eerie, yet peaceful at the same time. I get the feeling that it is indeed haunted.

  4. I stopped there yesterday to visit my aunt’s grave,as if seeing the spot next to her where my uncle is to be buried dug up and someone else buried there by mistake it looks like..,,(big rectangle dug up fresh mound of dirt covering casket) HESSTILLALIVE…..(we called about that waiting for a call back)as if that was shocking enough.. I had my 4 year old almost 5 yr grandson with me.. he said I’m waving to that lady Grandma…(hairs stand up on back of neck) I said what lady?? He said that lady right there.. I’m waving to her she’s waving to me.. I said A Real lady???? He said yes she’s standing right there….. There WAS no lady,nobody anywhere but us and the graves.. I know I should have asked him more but I got creeped out and

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