Fredonia Cemetery

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Witnesses say a ghostly wind blows the flags on the graves, even when there is not a single breeze in the air. Unexplained noises and voices are heard here, and some visitors say they experience a feeling of dread.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Stewart Road
Mountain View, AR
United States

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GPS:
35.825220890269456, -92.15060855449337
County:
Stone County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Mountain View, AR (3.5 mi.)
Fifty-Six, AR (9.9 mi.)
Guion, AR (13.6 mi.)
Shirley, AR (15.0 mi.)
Greers Ferry, AR (17.2 mi.)
Fairfield Bay, AR (17.5 mi.)
Higden, AR (17.6 mi.)
Big Flat, AR (18.9 mi.)
Concord, AR (20.3 mi.)
Calico Rock, AR (20.3 mi.)

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  1. I visited the Fredonia Cemetery with some friends yesterday, just as the sun was beginning its descent to the horizon.

    It’s a beautiful little spot, just a quarter of a mile from the main road, back into the woods. You can tell that it’s VERY well taken care of, with a mowed lawn and new flags stuck into the ground by the graves of the veterans resting there.

    So, for short– is it haunted? I would say no. We didn’t experience anything, as we heard no noises and with such a strong breeze blowing, we couldn’t debunk the flags moving on their own. None of us felt a sense of dread either. Personally, I felt very at peace standing in the cemetery. Perhaps these “haunts” might be revealed to someone more connected to the place and the people resting there.

  2. I visited there today with a friend, and I did not feel anything sinister at first. However, I began noticing oddities left and right after a short while. I had my small dog with me who is usually very well behaved, and often even accompanied me in local shops and stores. Today, though, he acted strangely all the time we were there. After a little while longer, I noticed he was shaking and shivering, so I put him back in the truck to warm up. But when we got home later (after dark, no less), he ran around outside in the cold for an hour and was not showing any signs of being cold upon return.

    As for the flags, I personally witnessed it today. The first flag was off in the distance 20-30 yards probably, and the wind was calm as could be. I told myself that maybe there was a slight breeze blowing over there but not where I had been standing. Later, a nearer flag did the same thing, to which I responded by further assuring myself there must have been a breeze present over where it was as well. A few minutes later, I stood in the calm, still air, when I noticed something out of the or er of my eye: It was a small American flag mere feet away from my right leg, blowing in the complete lack of wind.

    My friend and I loaded up, and as we sat and looked I noticed a first upon having visited cemeteries for fun drinks years now: to my surprise, I noticed there were ZERO CROSSES on the grounds. Not a one. Don’t get me wrong, I am of no religion, but thinking back on it I don’t really know what I believe. The place felt very off, and I got huge chill bumps, and I don’t even believe in such things!

    There were other disturbances, but I shall not speak of them. I just want to say that I feel the place is not right at all, and I will not return to it EVER AGAIN, and I strongly advise against visiting it yourself. As I live and breathe, that is not hallowed ground, and the residual haunting from something terrible done there in the past at some point was palpable.

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