Has anyone been to Blood Cemetery??
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Putnam - Blood cemetery - It is said that a family with the last name blood lived in Putnam Connecticut. When the youngest a boy had gone mad and killed his family and himself. Now they all reside in the family grave yard. Also a lot of strange and dangerous things have been reported in that whole area near blood cemetery. Witnessed ghost sightings and other strange happenings in that area. you go do not go alone and get permission from the owners before going.
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;D Haha! Never lost faith, no worries!! 8)
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Posted 19 September 2004 - 09:28 AM
Have you tried maybe seeing if there isn't some sort of Historical Society located in Putnam County? They may have some sort of information regarding local cemetaries. You may also want to check out any libraries in that area as well. Just a thought . . . .
Don't get me wrong, I'm not knocking The Shadowlands. I think they do a great job promoting the paranormal. One thing I have found, though, is that some of the things that are listed in their Haunted Places section just don't exist. I know of one Conferate cemetary that is listed on The Shadowlands for my state. A friend of mine physically walked up and down the road this cemetary is supposedly on several occasions and never once found it. We even contacted 2 or 3 historical groups . . . no one had ever heard of it. Unfortunately, the staff at The Shadowlands just don't have the manpower to physically check out every single listing that's in that Haunted Places section on their site.
While I encourage you to keep your eyes peeled for your cemetary, who knows . . . sadly, it may not be there
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