Mount Zion Cemetery

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A ghostly Green Lady is said to be the spirit of a young woman killed in a car accident nearby. She was buried here and now is said to walk its grounds, glowing green. It is said that if you park at the cemetery at night, she may cover it with green ectoplasmic goo.

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Henryville Bluelick Road
Henryville, IN
United States

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38.53561060000001, -85.77771719999998
Clark County, Indiana
Nearest Towns:
Henryville, IN (0.7 mi.)
Memphis, IN (3.7 mi.)
Charlestown, IN (8.1 mi.)
Sellersburg, IN (9.6 mi.)
Borden, IN (10.3 mi.)
Scottsburg, IN (10.4 mi.)
New Washington, IN (13.0 mi.)
New Pekin, IN (13.1 mi.)
Little York, IN (13.4 mi.)
Goshen, KY (14.3 mi.)


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  1. Smiley is definitely haunting the grave. We’ve had countless times where we would here screams and scratches on the car door. We also had car troubles everytime we go there.

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