Julia Markham - Death Curve

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Locals say that a woman wearing a white flowing gown glides across the field on quiet nights. It is said she is the spirit of Julia Markham, who in 1905 killed her 7 children with an ax and then set her house on fire, killing herself.

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Timber Ridge Road
South of Cambridge, IL
United States

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41.28712977586787, -90.22817677261628
Henry County, Illinois
Nearest Towns:
Cambridge, IL (2.2 mi.)
Andover, IL (3.3 mi.)
Bishop Hill, IL (8.2 mi.)
Woodhull, IL (8.8 mi.)
Orion, IL (9.2 mi.)
Alpha, IL (10.3 mi.)
Geneseo, IL (11.8 mi.)
Altona, IL (12.4 mi.)
New Windsor, IL (12.6 mi.)
Galva, IL (12.7 mi.)


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  1. Drove by this today very creepy made the hairs on my arm stand up definitely want to go back when I have more time to stick around.

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