Hickory Valley Methodist Church

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The church is a small, wooden building located near the cemetery across the road. If you approach the church at night, you can hear people singing hymns, but there is no one around. Sometimes the apparitions of young children can also be seen at the Hickory Valley Methodist Church.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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6801 North St Louis Street
Cave City, AR
United States

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35.90574450408402, -91.55444848543993
Independence County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Cave City, AR (2.5 mi.)
Sidney, AR (8.9 mi.)
Moorefield, AR (9.5 mi.)
Batesville, AR (10.6 mi.)
Sulphur Rock, AR (11.1 mi.)
Cushman, AR (11.4 mi.)
Mount Pleasant, AR (11.9 mi.)
Evening Shade, AR (12.0 mi.)
Strawberry, AR (13.7 mi.)
Magness, AR (14.7 mi.)


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  1. Being relatively local, I have been by the church, but I have never actually been to Hickory Valley Methodist Church. I have however, been to the cemetery across the road. The lane from the highway to the cemetery is inviting with overhanging tree limbs along the way. I am not a paranormal investigator by any stretch of the imagination, but I have no doubt that it is haunted. My husband and I do a lot of historical research. When our daughter was little we would take her with us to cemeteries and she would play and run about in the cemetery while we researched . But this cemetery was different. She was about 5 years old and we were unable to research at all because as soon as we got out of the car, she started to cry and cling to us saying “I don’t like it!” While begging to leave. After a few minutes we left because this was so out of character for her and we decided to take notice as we had heard that small children are more sensitive to paranormal activity. We made a second trip to the cemetery many years later when she was a teenager. This time it was dark and our nephew was with us. Once again our daughter was very frightened and would not leave the car so I stayed with her while the guys went walking around in the cemetery. They reported that they had seen several orbs and odd lights in the trees. They also said that they heard footsteps behind them and voices in the darkness. That has been several years and I have no desire to return because it is s very scary place.

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