Pitcher Cemetery - Independence MO Real Haunts
- Blue Ridge Blvd.
- Independence, MO
This cemetery dates back to the 1830's and began as a family plot for the Thomas Pitcher Family. It was also a burial spot for Revolutionary War soldiers, some mass graves, one for Civil War soldiers and another for a group of pioneers who died of cholera around 1850. Other reports here include strange noises, orbs and a floating apparition.
Very active haunted site
My team has investigated this site on a number of occasions, and we always get good evidence that it is haunted. Multiple orbs are seen with the naked eye, dark shadows move around, and strange noises that we can't find a source for. It is not locked at night so feel free to investigate. The parking lot is small. Posted 5/2/23
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Hid from the police in the mid 90's. Had no idea we were in a cemetery until the next day. The police would NOT enter the trails beyond the cemetery. Posted 12/6/20
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