East Otto Cemetery

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Local legend has it that the specters of two headless women can be seen at this cemetery late at night, screaming as they’re being chased by an axe-wielding maniac. No word on exactly how a headless woman is supposed to be able to scream, but you know, details, details…

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N Otto Road
East Otto, NY
United States

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42.41484584113059, -78.83411012698366
Fulton County, Illinois
Nearest Towns:
Lewistown, IL (7.0 mi.)
Ipava, IL (7.1 mi.)
Havana, IL (7.7 mi.)
Bath, IL (8.2 mi.)
Astoria, IL (9.5 mi.)
Vermont, IL (11.7 mi.)
Table Grove, IL (12.3 mi.)
Liverpool, IL (12.5 mi.)
Smithfield, IL (12.7 mi.)
Bryant, IL (12.9 mi.)


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  1. You have a NY address for this cemetery, which is correct, and then you list the county and towns in Illinois. This cemetery is in Cattaraugus County, NY.

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