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    Located about 50 miles south of Louisville, at the very end of the long and windy St. John Road in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, lies the 300-year-old Grandview Cemetery, also known by locals as the Gates of Hell.

    The cemetery served as the grave site for families living in the area in the 1700s, and this eerily quiet clearing in the woods is most popularly known as a hotspot for cult rituals. Today, most of the location’s visitors will confess a terrifying experience about their trip to this local paranormal goldmine: most commonly reported incidents include unexplained car troubles for those who park near the cemetery, the rearranging of personal items left inside cars, unexplained cell phone malfunctions of those venturing onto the property and perhaps the most terrifying of them all, shadowy figures appearing near the crumbling gravestones.

    For those brave enough to embark on such a haunted adventure, beware. To learn more about this historically haunted location, check out its profile on Haunted Places

    Photo of Grandview Cemetery courtesy of Flickr/lovestoryphotography

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