Rose Hill Cemetery

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Urban legend says those who knock on a certain above-ground tomb, a square monument, will hear its ghostly inhabitant knock back. Another legend told of two gravesites that were once side by side. One bore the name Wear, the second, Wolff. As that seemed to have spawned some werewolf tales, the graves were said to have been relocated within the cemetery.

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Address:
Rose Hill Cemetery
Idaho Falls, ID
United States

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GPS:
43.477525, -112.040547
County:
Bonneville County, Idaho
Nearest Towns:
Idaho Falls, ID (0.8 mi.)
Ammon, ID (3.7 mi.)
Lincoln, ID (4.5 mi.)
Iona, ID (6.4 mi.)
Shelley, ID (7.8 mi.)
Ucon, ID (9.1 mi.)
Basalt, ID (12.8 mi.)
Firth, ID (13.9 mi.)
Rigby, ID (14.9 mi.)
Lewisville, ID (15.2 mi.)

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  1. The tomb in question has shifted over the long years it has been there. When someone knocks on it, the panels moves, rocking it back and forth to cause the sound people hear.

  2. I live next door to the cemetery. Have for five years. Nothing out of the ordinary. If anything does go bump in the night, it’s kids running around in there.

  3. I wandered around Rosehill for quite awhile the other evening and it was one of the most peaceful, beautiful places around, and I am quite the chicken.

  4. I have experienced the knocking tomb. Scared the bahgeeburs out of me. Came back in the day and discovered it was a loose panel. But, the effect is very real: sounds like someone knocks after you do. Scary if you don’t know what it is. The two tombstones that spell out werewolf are still there last time I looked – but its not very scary.

  5. when i was a kid, my friends and I all would hangout, we would spend most of a Saturday at Tautphaus Park, we would leave in the evening, climb the fence into the cemetery. I remember us finding the two grave sites, ‘ Were and Wolff ‘ usually nothing would happen. Twice we thought someone was there that would hold on to you, but you would look and nobody there, we were running spooked, you would look back at Scott, he was running and squirming, not moving away.Of course that scared all of us. Nobody was a hero, The last time two were so scared they were crying most of way home. Then we wouldn’t talk about it again, unless one of us was showing off in front girls.I really don’t know what happened. We would talk about going back but never did. Back then everybody knew about it, It was when (still) people wouldn’t lock the front door. I remember seeing keys left in cars and motorcycles. 1968…1969 we would be gone all day and into the night and none of our parents worried like today.
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