Mount Hope Cemetery

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Phantom sounds of horses and whistles that echo your own have been reported in this cemetery that dates back to the 1800s. Also, some reports say there are mausoleums here with spooky inscriptions like “Knock three times and they shall come.”

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Mount Hope Cemetery
Logansport, IN
United States

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40.768631174785135, -86.36829257005957
Cass County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Logansport, IN (1.2 mi.)
Dunkirk, IN (1.6 mi.)
Georgetown, IN (7.4 mi.)
Royal Center, IN (9.5 mi.)
Walton, IN (10.0 mi.)
Onward, IN (10.4 mi.)
Burnettsville, IN (11.8 mi.)
Fulton, IN (13.5 mi.)
Mexico, IN (13.7 mi.)
Grissom Air Force Base, IN (13.9 mi.)


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  1. A few years back I went to the mount hope cemetery with my mom sister and cuzin and two boys holden and jordan to see my grandma’s grave and thats not all me and holden seen me and him seen people or what we thought were people that no one else seen walking around and talking to us and holden ran to a tree climbed up it and then he started to cry screaming that they were coming for him and I looked up and they really were we had to get in the car and drive away still to this day I see them

  2. I was trying to look into a private mausoleum that had broken glass to look at damage, the neck area of my shirt was yanked on as though I was trying to be pulled closer…..

  3. Lived here in town for a decade. All the locals swear you can hear horses and cannon fire at the Civil War monument where dozens soldiers are buried. Have been there twice recently after dark with my gf and haven’t heard anything. However, we left a mic recording for a couple minutes and at the end of two minutes of wind and crickets there is a low growl and something like gurgling.

    We’ve looked at most of the mausoleums and haven’t seen any spooky inscriptions but there are a couple that are sealed with concrete or steel plates.

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