Chumuckla- Coon Hill
This is an old cemetary buried deep in the woods of NW Florida, just miles south of the Alabama state line. It was a designated burial site for slaves in the early 1800s, but people, both white and black, were buried there up until the early to mid-1900s. However, the area that it is nestled in still has intense racial issues in present day. It is rumored that the ghosts of former slaves haunt the cemetery and surrounding areas. It is nearly impossible to take a picture in the cemetary without capturing several orbs. On a normal visit, you will notice sinkholes several feet deep, where you can literally step into a gravesite. The cemetery is miles away from civilization, but there is no need for flashlights. It is always lit by a dim light, regardless of the lunar cycle. Most notably, several people attempt to walk on top of the wall that surrounds the perimeter of the cemetery. Most claim to feel as though they are being pulled off the wall and into the cemetery. Several have walked away with muddy marks on their jeans that undeniably resemble hand prints. The distinct sound of a woman screaming can also be heard echoing throughout the deserted woods on a regular basis.