Locust Grove Cemetery

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Phantom sounds of an army cadence and marching are heard at Locust Grove Cemetery. Legend has it that Harrison’s ghostly men are re-creating the Battle of Tippecanoe.

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8295 N 600 W
Ambia, IN
United States

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40.43704960257912, -87.43549221740977
Warren County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Ambia, IN (5.6 mi.)
Boswell, IN (6.5 mi.)
Pine Village, IN (9.6 mi.)
Oxford, IN (11.4 mi.)
West Lebanon, IN (11.8 mi.)
Hoopeston, IL (12.4 mi.)
Williamsport, IN (12.7 mi.)
Alvin, IL (12.7 mi.)
Rossville, IL (12.9 mi.)
Fowler, IN (13.8 mi.)


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  1. I have had a few experiences there at locust Grove church. I see stuff moved around every time I go there which is like every other day. No one goes there to do anything except on Sundays for church. I know the people that maintain the propert . But I do have a video on YouTube of when I went in there on hallowen night a couple yrs ago and got a door opening but it was dark and couldn’t see anything but near the end of the video u can here a door starting to open. Just gotta listen really good. Video is under. Randy butler ghost in church on YouTube

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