Miller Cemetery - Headless Cemetery

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The ghost of a headless man is often seen and people claim that if you drive there at night, you’ll experience car trouble.

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Miller Cemetery Ln
Eunice, LA 70535
United States

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30.51985796172941, -92.42910078042604
St. Landry Parish, Louisiana
Nearest Towns:
Eunice, LA (1.9 mi.)
Chataignier, LA (7.2 mi.)
Mamou, LA (7.9 mi.)
Basile, LA (10.2 mi.)
Reddell, LA (10.7 mi.)
Iota, LA (13.6 mi.)
Lawtell, LA (14.5 mi.)
Ville Platte, LA (14.9 mi.)
Church Point, LA (15.1 mi.)
Branch, LA (15.2 mi.)


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  1. i am a paranormal investa.i would like your permmision to go there/i was born there .hope to hear from you soon thanks so much iam having trouble with my key board

  2. I used to go out there when I was a teenager, my car died once on the road leading in, and another time something brushed past me touching my arm and there wasnt antthing there! I remember them locking the gates for a long time because they found evidence of satanic worship/rituals taking place in the cemetary, I remember hearing that they found the cross inverted also. So from what I have experienced/felt I will definately say I think this cemetary has some activity going on.

  3. There is another cemetary to the east of Miller’s that is difficult to find. Many of the graves are from1800’s and in amazing condition. I was snapping pictures in the afternoon, just to capture the history. I reviewed pictures when returning home, not only did I capture a full body apparition, but two unnerving faces peering out of a hole in the side of a grave. I enjoy ghost hunting but in all the years I have, I never captured pictures like these.

    • Are you the Mitch that went with me and the DeRidder Ghost Hunter’s Club? I got a weird EVP there too, and another time we were there, one of the girl’s brand new car wouldn’t start. It was crazy. Last time I talked to Cliff, he said we could still go out there. I’m ready for a trip.

  4. I used to live in a small quaint blue house in Eunice that I had to move out of due to a very dark, evil entity would punch doors, hold me down in my sleep, throw things airborne across the house. I actually woke up one night with it choking me I sat up really hard gasping and the apparition was at the foot of my bed. I had to move out of the house due to the dark and evil things and feelings I get. I really feel sorry whoever lives in that house now. If you are brave or a skeptic, go spend a night there. It’s a bed and breakfast.

  5. I personally went there with Neil Ardoin after I had my wreck in Iota, still wearing a leg brace, we left peacock in Eunice so I could satisfy my curiosity and his car would not crank, I was so scared walking to the road with woods on both sides..

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