St. Peter's Church Cemetery

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The ghost who haunts here may own an alarm clock. Reports say that the apparition is seen at 9 p.m. standing over 5 unmarked graves, each of a Native American chief.

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Geographic Information

3rd and Pine Sts.,
Philadelphia, PA
United States

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39.943148467762896, -75.14762380006943
Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Philadelphia, PA (1.1 mi.)
Camden, NJ (1.9 mi.)
Wood-Lynne, NJ (3.3 mi.)
Gloucester City, NJ (3.9 mi.)
Merchantville, NJ (4.3 mi.)
Collingswood, NJ (4.4 mi.)
Oaklyn, NJ (4.4 mi.)
Audubon Park, NJ (4.5 mi.)
Tioga, PA (4.7 mi.)
Brooklawn, NJ (4.7 mi.)


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  1. I worked at the daycare on the old pine community center ( same block as St Peters) doors would open and close on their own, keys and personal items would go missing. Shadow people at the corner of your eye. If you are a ghost hunter this is a place to check out!

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