Palm View Cemetery

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This is listed on several paranormal websites as a “haunted location,” but without a single story to back it up. If you happen to know of anything odd that’s happened here, please let us know. Otherwise, as far as we’re concerned, it’s just a normal graveyard!

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539 61st St E
Palmetto, fl
United States

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27.567944, -82.55847499999999
Manatee County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Memphis, FL (2.2 mi.)
Palmetto, FL (3.3 mi.)
Ellenton, FL (3.7 mi.)
Bradenton, FL (4.9 mi.)
West Bradenton, FL (5.7 mi.)
West Samoset, FL (6.8 mi.)
Samoset, FL (6.9 mi.)
South Bradenton, FL (7.4 mi.)
Bayshore Gardens, FL (10.0 mi.)
Cortez, FL (10.4 mi.)


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  1. i actually grew up around this grave yard and have plYedan hunt with my friend here at mid night and have seen a man hanging from a tree by his neck

  2. we used 3 pieces of equipment here, 2 digital records, an ovilus 5 and Paranormal puck 2. We had some pretty interesting experiences here. we came into the grave yard on the 61 st side. We took an immediate left and walked to the fence. The Ovilus 5 gave us 3 words right off the bat – data, rocket, below. I am trying to find out more about this info. When we came back where we started we found a childs grave that had mown grass all over it and numerous toys and dolls. We place the hot wheels truck on her grave. We then took out the paranormal puck 2 and started asking questions. We received some responses that at first did not make any sense. Upon further investigation however, the responses seem to be intelligent and residual. Using the puck I got the following responses in this order, names Tom and Don as well as acknowledgement of “indirect company” and “men hours talking”. This is where it became fun. the next responses i will put in one list. ” SEE JAPANESE FRIEND KILLED PIERCE ROUND WHITE”. It was then that we noticed we were standing right next to a world war II veterans grave. Pretty freaking cool. The Puck is new and I am new using it. I am adding the text from the Puck on here. I think I was asking the questions too fast, when I asked how old he was, he says produce stones jerk lol. I will return here when I am used to the puck alittle better but it is worth checking out.
    02/25/2017 18:02:54
    User: how old are you?
    Puck: TOM

    User: how old are you?
    Puck: PRODUCE

    User: how old are you?
    Puck: STONES

    User: how old are you?
    Puck: JERK

    02/25/2017 18:08:08
    User: what is your message?
    Puck: JAPANESE

    User: what is your message?
    Puck: FRIEND

    User: what is your message?
    Puck: KILLED

    User: who do you miss?
    Puck: PIERCE

    User: who do you miss?
    Puck: ROUND

    User: did you hate the war?
    Puck: WHITE

    User: did you hate the war?
    Puck: HERNIA

    User: were you injured?
    Puck: LOSE

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