Hopewell Church Cemetery

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Although its called the “Hopewell Church Cemetery”, no church stands here anymore. And don’t confuse it with the American Legion Cemetery just next door. The one you want is surrounded by an old brick wall and has two wrought-iron gates at either end. The caretaker of the place has heard a woman’s plaintive cries emanating from the cemetery in the evening hours.

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Geographic Information

Near 3872 Roland St
Tampa, FL
United States

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27.944304069624287, -82.50741004943848
Hillsborough County, Florida
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