Elmwood Cemetery

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Elmwood Cemetery contains the graves of the Dalton Gang bank robbers and the town’s defenders from the gun battle of October 5, 1892. Witnesses describe odd noises, shadows that chase them, and uneasy feelings.

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Elmwood and Eldridge
Coffeyville, KS ‎
United States

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37.0232568, -95.61885419999999
Montgomery County, Kansas
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  1. My Aunt Linda knisley and Uncle Gary knisley who was once care takers lived inside the cemetery and pulling thru the gates coming home she saw a woman in a long white dress on the road.

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