Hebron Lutheran Cemetery

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There has been many sightings here, and I have personally been here multiple times, and have had many experiences. When you approach the crematorium, you can always smell something burning, even if there is no one there. As well, when approaching graves, you can feel a chill and sometimes can hear whispering. This is especially creepy if you can understand what is being said. There is many rows of graves and my friend has had a personal experience: her grandmother told her that whenever she heard wind chimes, it was her. On the day we went t together, we heard wind chimes, even though there was no wind that day.

(Submitted by Emma)

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3140 Limaburg Road
Hebron, KY 41048
United States

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39.06363574311251, -84.69935935740068
Boone County, Kentucky
Nearest Towns:
Hebron, KY (0.2 mi.)
Burlington, KY (2.8 mi.)
Francisville, KY (3.2 mi.)
Oakbrook, KY (4.5 mi.)
Delhi Hills, OH (5.1 mi.)
Addyston, OH (5.1 mi.)
Villa Hills, KY (5.7 mi.)
Florence, KY (5.9 mi.)
Elsmere, KY (6.2 mi.)
Erlanger, KY (6.2 mi.)


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    • I just went there probably arrived around eleven pm but yes I just went what can they do ask me to leave? Its a really big graveyard I want to go back really soon. Let Me know if u go and of your experience my email is aprilmrump@gmail.com or Facebook April Marisa king. I need a ghost hunting buddy lol

  1. Ok. My name is Will and I’m camping here now. So much action going on paranormal wise. I hear so much, but never to see any evidence. Come. 513-850-5073

  2. My cousin and I went there two years ago and while we were walking, we heard someone yell,”Roshambo,Roshambo!” We ignored it and kept walking. Then we heard it again,” Roshambo,Roshambo!” I turned around in time to see a boot that was floating, it then kicked me hard in the crotch. I then fell to the ground. It then kicked my cousin right on the crotch, he too went down. We then heard the boot say,”Roshambo, Roshambo!” it then disappeared. We got up slowly and began to walk slowly,When an old black farmer by the name of “Slappy”came out of nowhere and told us,”I see you met old man Knuts. He was known to yell “Roshambo” before he kicked someone in the nuts. He says old farmer Knuts died many years ago, but is known to frequent the cemetery. Man, I was scared!

  3. A lot of the people buried there are of German ancestors. Many were born in Germany and moved here. My son’s exwifes family is buried there. One woman, her great grandmother, passed away during child birth. The child is buried with her. Kochin is the family name.

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