Witch's Grave - Truxton Park

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The witch’s grave is said to be found at Truxton Park, in the woods past the third baseball field near a slanted tree. The witch is said to have been buried here in the 1800s but escaped from the grave, never to be seen again. Rumor has it that on Halloween night, the bodies of the witch’s victims can be seen hanging from trees.

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Geographic Information

Off Pump House Road
Annapolis, MD
United States

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38.96726783075885, -76.50174182646879
Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Nearest Towns:
Annapolis, MD (0.9 mi.)
Robinwood, MD (1.1 mi.)
Naval Academy, MD (1.5 mi.)
Parole, MD (1.8 mi.)
Hillsmere Shores, MD (1.9 mi.)
Edgewater, MD (2.7 mi.)
Highland Beach, MD (3.2 mi.)
Londontowne, MD (3.5 mi.)
Selby-on-the-Bay, MD (3.7 mi.)
Riva, MD (4.2 mi.)


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