Gebo Cemetery

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Visitors to this cemetery may be startled by the sound of crying babies and children.

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Geographic Information

Address:
43.79213, -108.23955
United States

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GPS:
43.79223891068511, -108.23995953745907
County:
Hot Springs County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Kirby, WY (3.0 mi.)
Lucerne, WY (5.1 mi.)
Winchester, WY (6.1 mi.)
Thermopolis, WY (10.2 mi.)
East Thermopolis, WY (10.3 mi.)
South Flat, WY (15.1 mi.)
Owl Creek, WY (16.3 mi.)
Airport Road, WY (20.1 mi.)
Worland, WY (21.0 mi.)
West River, WY (25.5 mi.)

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  1. Gebo Cemetary is eerie enough on it’s own when you realize it’s filled with children killed in a flu epidemic. After dark it gets outright hostile.

  2. The paranormal group that I am in (W.A.S.P) did an investigation at Gebo. We set up camp right in front of the cemetery. We didn’t experience much but got a few strange EVP’s. Definitely had a weird feel to it!

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