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Pennsylvania's Confirmed Haunted Cemeteries - Ghost Sightings, Apparitions & Paranormal Phenomena Confirmed

What's scarier at night than a graveyard? One that's haunted. Across Pennsylvania, there are numerous cemeteries that are believed to be haunted, where spirits reportedly lurk at night, and refuse to accept their grave as a final resting place. If you're feeling brave, you might want to go on a ghost tour of a local cemetery, where an expert can tell you all about the spirits that have been known to haunt your local graveyards, as well as the haunted history of the location.
 
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  •   Phillips' Ranger Monument Northwest of Saxton, PA
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    During the Revolutionary War a battle occurred on these grounds. It was the Iroquois who fought on behalf of the British. The rangers were outnumbered by the natives and eventually surrendered. Many of the rangers were tortured and then slaughtered while tied to trees. Many say their spirits continue to exist here, and they make there presence known especially on the anniversary of... Read More

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    “A penny saved is twopence dear" - that's what Benjamin Franklin once said and what appears at his grave site today where visitors would leave pennies. Some report of the grave site being haunted because there have been accounts of pennies left being thrown back at visitors. It's unclear whether it's the spirit of Benjamin Franklin flinging the pennies back or that of another spirit. Read More

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    St. Peter's Episcopal Church opened for worship in 1761. The cemetery beside the church is where an apparition has reportedly been consistently seen, particularly at 9 p.m. The apparition would stand over 5 unmarked graves, each of a Native American chief. The church continues to remain active with service on Sunday's. Read More

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Note: Pennsylvania Haunted Houses would like to remind all Haunt Seekers to be respectful of Cemeteries & Grave Sites when visiting.