Union Cemetery - The Devil's Chair

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It is said that those who sit in the cement chair will receive a spell of bad luck. The Devil’s Chair has no markings, and sits between the Peterson and Miller graves. According to reports, the chair has been believed to be cursed for at least 35 years.

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North Street
Guthrie Center, Iowa
United States

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41.680193191720605, -94.49028809391785
Guthrie County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Guthrie Center, IA (0.7 mi.)
Panora, IA (6.6 mi.)
Yale, IA (9.5 mi.)
Linden, IA (11.7 mi.)
Bagley, IA (11.9 mi.)
Menlo, IA (12.0 mi.)
Casey, IA (12.2 mi.)
Bayard, IA (12.4 mi.)
Adair, IA (14.7 mi.)
Jamaica, IA (14.8 mi.)


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