Conway Cemetery

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Conway Cemetery Historic State Park, named after the first governor of Arkansas James S. Conway, is an 11.5-acre park that includes a half-acre family cemetery where Conway is buried. Witnesses say you can hear disembodied voices here around midnight at the full moon, perhaps stemming from a nearby tree where it is said that many hanging executions were carried out.

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County Road 9
Bradley, AR
United States

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33.101888230653735, -93.68300113411561
Lafayette County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Bradley, AR (1.6 mi.)
Taylor, AR (12.8 mi.)
Plain Dealing, LA (13.6 mi.)
Ida, LA (14.0 mi.)
Springhill, LA (14.2 mi.)
Fouke, AR (16.1 mi.)
Cullen, LA (16.3 mi.)
Garland, AR (18.1 mi.)
Hosston, LA (18.6 mi.)
Lewisville, AR (18.7 mi.)

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  1. Just rumors unfortunately. Only “ghosts” you’ll see or hear out there is during Halloween when you take the annual hay ride from Bradley to Walnut Hill.

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