The Legends and Lore of Illinois
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Living not far from the cemetery, makes it quite easy. But believe me, sometimes its best not to go looking. Although she is to be feared, there are others that can really stir up your mind on Archer Avenue.
No, but I did wrap my hands around the bars and felt the fingerprint marks supposedly left by Resurrection Mary in 1976. I have witnessed the mausoleum lights turning on late at night.
I have seen those also! Oh wow.
The whole cemetery has a bad vibe to it. I have seen light and movements in the building adjacent to the road. I wonder if any paranormal group has investigated in that building or done EVP work at the cemetery. Robert Veach VParanormal1.com
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