St. David

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Apparently the whole of downtown is haunted by screams, cries, etc. Possibly a town with more than its share of domestic disturbances but ghosts? Jury’s firmly out.

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Address:
St. David, AZ
United States

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GPS:
31.8980556, -110.21805560000001
County:
Cochise County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Saint David, AZ (0.5 mi.)
Benson, AZ (6.6 mi.)
Whetstone, AZ (8.3 mi.)
Dragoon, AZ (13.8 mi.)
Pimaco Two, AZ (14.2 mi.)
Mescal, AZ (14.2 mi.)
Tombstone, AZ (15.5 mi.)
Huachuca City, AZ (19.9 mi.)
Sierra Vista, AZ (24.3 mi.)
Elgin, AZ (24.4 mi.)

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  1. Once you get into Saint David you may feel creepy, heaviness pressing on you, or oppressed. I moved here 5 yrs ago & I noticed neighbors doing things that they must have known were wrong, but they kept doing them anyway….compulsive stealing, hurting innocent animals, harmful lying & very damaging gossip. I couldnt wait to leave.

  2. so true I can relate to this I lived there in st david for 17 years. people there have always been mean. there are screams in the night. a lot of devil worshipping going on. I know because we lived around people who did it.walk around in the night with their dark capes and candles.

  3. Every time I’d spent the night at my brother in laws house w family, it had a creepy vibe in the neighborhood. Right by the post office n school area. In the night the house felt like u were being watched. When I went to bed, I would hv nightmares and of this spirit trying to choke me. I always dreamt too that the whole area use be a swamp land and had a lot of wild horses.id dream them playing n running in the marshes.

  4. Most teens or young adults now, know of the tree called the hanging tree. Apparently people were hung if they weren’t mormon, or because they were mormon. It depends on who tells the story out there. Anyways the hanging tree is full of paranormal activity. Some teens said they’ve seen a little girl with medium brown hair and in a white dress with little blue flowers toward the bottom. At least that’s what I’ve seen her in. Shes playfully and shy. When I was 18 (22 now -2018) my friends and I would go down there and hang out and to get our selves scared. We were dumb I know. But they said they would feel a tug on their shirt and when they turned around they’d see a little girl but she would be like 20 feet away. I’ve had her tap on my hip and laugh and when I turned around I saw her running behind a tree. I smiled and followed her around it but happened to look up and saw her across the clearing behind another tree smiling at me. Honestly I want to know more about this little girl and have searched for kid deaths in the area but can’t find any that match her description. Or even a missing child report. So that’s one of my experiences at the hanging tree.

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