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Ohio Spirit Hunters


Cemeteries have always spawned images of ghosts and ghouls, but actuallythis isn't to far from the truth. It may not be like the ghosts from your favorite horror movie, but I am sure that there is at least one lonesome spirit in every one!
Just like haunted places, we have favorite cemeteries too.  Here are a few of our favorite cemeteries. Most pictures are in the day time. Jenny still has to scan her polaroids from our night adventures.

All Cemeteries with the "*" symbol before them have pictures in the Grave Shots section.

     Ira Cemetery has always facinated us. One of our first EVP's was captured here. About 100 yards from hale farm, and a mile from Everett, its in the center of activity. Orbs are usually the most common, but mist has been seen here too.
     This is another cemetery that deffinetly gets our attention. A lot of paranormal activity here. Jenny and I captured an EVP that would make anyone's hair stand on end...We were walking west towards the tree lined edge of the cemetery. In the video you hear a very shrill, and very scary screaming. It sounds as though the spirit in question was no more than 2 inches from the microphone. I can not stress enough that the scream was not heard untill the tape was reviewed hours later. Unfortunetly the EVP was not saved. This was captured over a year ago and we have since missplaced it. We apologize.
     This cemetery and I have a lot of history. One night about 4 years ago a few friends and I decided that it would be fun to go to Keiser. We all took our cameras, and of course our flashlights. When we got there it was a very clear night, the moon was almost full, and it was nice and warm. We all took silly pictures of us on and around many of the tombstones. When we got them developed we saw something very different! On all of our cameras, two particular "plots" had a very strange mist around them. This was before I got interested in ghost hunting...this was the first time I got excited from seeing a "ghost"! I still go back to Keiser, and I still get mist around those two "plots".
     I love this cemetery. It's not only very pretty, but has a lot of activity. Most of the pictures I have taken there have had a "weird" look to them.  I am very carefull to make sure my picture quality is more than good, so it always surprises me when I look at my St.Nicholas Cemetery pictures. They usually have a "glow" to them, and look a lot brighter that others. Even on dark dreary days or nights. I never really got any solid ghost pictures there, but the interference I get on my camera and audio recorder let me know there is definetly something there.
   The most striking thing about this cemetery is the Mosuleum. It's large and beautiful. It's also empty! The body was removed from it some time after it was placed there. It was built in the 1800's for the Nelson Family. I researched it at the Boston Heights Historical Society, and found nothing as to why the body or bodies were removed. Some other notable sites within the cemetery gates are the civil war cannon, and the WWII monuments. The names of soldiers that died in the area from these two wars are incribed on a 20+ foot tall statue. This place deffinetly does not lack activity! It's a goldmine!