Hardee Cemetery, or Hardeetown Methodist Cemetery, is supposedly haunted, but details are few and far between. It’s the final resting place of Isaac P. Hardee (1817-1879), and, allegedly, many of his slaves. The house, called “Pine Hill,” still stands nearby, though it has been moved from its original location.
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- Hardee Cemetery
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- 29.487833897499254, -82.87896725539213
- Levy County, Florida
- Nearest Towns:
- Chiefland, FL (1.5 mi.)
Manatee Road, FL (2.7 mi.)
Andrews, FL (3.1 mi.)
Fanning Springs, FL (7.7 mi.)
Trenton, FL (9.4 mi.)
Otter Creek, FL (13.0 mi.)
Bronson, FL (14.5 mi.)
East Bronson, FL (17.5 mi.)
Cross City, FL (17.9 mi.)
Bell, FL (18.5 mi.)
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im a hardee and its not haunted, all my family is buried there, and they treated slaves well, they all were paid and stayed even when the union forces liberated. my family is nothing but bad ass hardworking som’ beeches. the only haunting comes from the tourists.
Are you related to the Hardees that live in Bronson and owned the hardee house?
Yes I am, Isaac Pearson hardee is my great grandfather x4 or 5 think, I’m a direct descendent.
And my great grandfather is Willard hardee
I have a story but it’s to much to type but as a teen I experienced some very weird stuff. Happen when me and some friends visited the house and cemtary at night
My grandfather is don hardee, i have visited this house and cemetery myself at crazy hours, to find out myself about theses crazy myths. The house didnt seem very haunted. Im very interested in your story lassie.
Who owns the house is like to do a investigation
Does anyone know about the Hardee Hotel in Bronson?
gotta love all the trespassers who don’t want to elaborate on the details of the haunting once the owners pop in the comments