Marsing-Homedale Cemetery

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Visitors here at night report a feeling of oppressive sadness and have seen “dancing” lights above the headstones. Some have attributed this to the fact that many people under age 18 have been buried here.

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Marsing-Homedale Cemetery
United States

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43.5457896, -116.89203229999998
Owyhee County, Idaho
Nearest Towns:
Marsing, ID (3.9 mi.)
Homedale, ID (5.4 mi.)
Wilder, ID (9.1 mi.)
Greenleaf, ID (9.5 mi.)
Caldwell, ID (13.1 mi.)
Notus, ID (13.2 mi.)
Adrian, OR (16.2 mi.)
Nampa, ID (16.5 mi.)
Parma, ID (16.7 mi.)
Middleton, ID (17.6 mi.)


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  1. Veronica sedano murillo  |  

    I really don’t know but somethings arent right i here taisha and samule jackson but they comecwith hug flys its really too much i cant haddle it any more i need help..

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