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.)
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Airport Road, WY (20.1 mi.)
Worland, WY (21.0 mi.)
West River, WY (25.5 mi.)

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    • I just went there tonight but it wasn’t totally dark yet. I didn’t hear anything but I will say this….I parked across the road and when I exited my vehicle I experienced an uncomfortable feeling of uneasiness. I have a lot of experience with things paranormal so this wasn’t something new to me. I crossed the road to the cemetery and as soon as I got on the other side at the edge of the cemetery grounds, I experienced an overwhelming feeling of sadness and pain. I stopped to adjust to it and it only continued to get stronger. I was filming during this time and although you don’t see it on camera I reached out my hand to feel the space in front of me and it felt thicker, fuller, like a resistance in the air. I continued to stand at the edge and film while my senses continued to be battered with intense grief, pain, and sadness. I wasn’t able to continue my walk up to the cemetery; and soon wasn’t able to keep standing on that side of the road. I will say that I’m not normally sensitive to energy this way, it requires me opening myself to the energy. I never did that here and it was so strong and heavy. I also want to say that this didn’t feel malevolent in any way but was more of an unbearable emotional pain like what I’d associate with grief.

  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!

  3. didnt give me enough information couldnt find anything i was looking for this is a terrible website have no idea how to work thisplz add more informtion

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