Evergreen Cemetery

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It is said that those who go to the cemetery at night and stand underneath the large statue of an angel will find that she is looking right at them, and her eyes may light up red.

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Evergreen Cemetery
Judsonia, AR
United States

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35.2782653, -91.6405527
White County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Judsonia, AR (0.6 mi.)
Kensett, AR (3.6 mi.)
Bald Knob, AR (4.6 mi.)
West Point, AR (5.1 mi.)
Searcy, AR (5.7 mi.)
Higginson, AR (7.1 mi.)
Russell, AR (9.5 mi.)
Griffithville, AR (10.7 mi.)
Letona, AR (12.1 mi.)
Garner, AR (12.5 mi.)


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  1. I know All to well of that place. The statue thing is true. I was with an old amature team of mine and me and a guy walked to the back of the cemetery and we started hearing dogs growling. W started walking slowly out of there Then we heard them running. I told dude to get in the car and I will keep running. I felt burning on my chest and I stopped at the church across the street and had what looked like dog claw marks going from the upper left part of my chest to the lower right chest and a little more farther down on my stomach.

    • It is completely haunted. I’ve lived near the cemetery and my dad still lives there. my entire family has experience something when it comes to that Cemetery. I would never suggest anyone to go at night

  2. I loved next to the cemetery practically my whole adolescent live in the trailer park. I felt Spirits all the time. One night I decided I was going to the cemetery at night by myself after my mother and father had gotten in a fight… I was upset and crying but I knew I was alone needless to say I got scared out of my mind and decided to go back home. The memories would actually happen very vague but I do remember being approached buy more than one operation and being touched on the shoulder. I will never go back to that place again at night by myself.

  3. The statue of the girl (not an angel) is a marker for the daughter of a prominent family. According to what I’ve heard, she burned to death while in college in Arkadelphia when her petticoats caught fire while cooking.

  4. I grew up here. Statue is called The Henson Girl, marking the grave of the much loved sister of Mr. Henson whom built the mansion behind First Security Bank. Story was/is she was killed when her dress caught fire from standing too close to a fireplace at the college she attended. Rumor was that her real eyes were put into the statue which when standing beneath it looking up do look eerily real. Nothing more than a good sculpting in the eye area though. Haunted? Possibly, because the town was wiped out nearly by the tornado of 1952. No demon dogs etc. Lay off the drugs people.

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