Slaton Cemetery

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Slaton Cemetery has earned itself the nickname “Blue Light Cemetery” because of its ghostly blue light that is said to float around here. Cold spots and bushes that move without a breeze also have been reported, as has a mysterious tractor beam that dragged in a driver’s car while something called his name over and over. Another legend tells of a couple who went into the cemetery to make out but were later found dead, with their faces frozen in fright.

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32.98060, -94.75970
United States

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32.980632917503506, -94.76046992222899
Morris County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Lone Star, TX (4.0 mi.)
Daingerfield, TX (4.2 mi.)
Hughes Springs, TX (7.6 mi.)
Pittsburg, TX (11.9 mi.)
Ore City, TX (12.7 mi.)
Avinger, TX (13.1 mi.)
Omaha, TX (13.9 mi.)
Rocky Mound, TX (15.4 mi.)
Naples, TX (16.1 mi.)
Mount Pleasant, TX (17.1 mi.)


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  1. As someone that grew up in Mt. Pleasant and had friends that were from Daingerfield as well as other surrounding towns and communities this was never the cemetery we referred to as Blue Light Cemetery. It was a a cemetery on the opposite side of Mt. Pleasant off FM 1734 that was referred to as Blue Light. It’s called Barrett Cemetery between MP and Winfield, Texas. I don’t know about now it was part of Texas Utilities aka Luminant Mining’s property a few years ago. I think where they say the blue lights start is around Sara Luna’s head stone. You also have to drive through a huge metal culvert pipe tunnel big enough for trucks to go through.

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