Liberty cemetary / 1 mile outside elton louisiana

by Greg
(Elton,La)

You can ask anyone that lives in the town of Elton if you sincerely want to see a ghost or something they will tell you without a doubt that you can go anynight to Liberty Cemetary. I have been 5 maybe 6 times with friends and each time it only took minutes to notice that something was not right with this place you feel something in the air something that feels like its watching you and that you should not be there. I've heard of stories of people being chased down the road on foot from something screaming at them and their car not wanting to start; even stories about a little girl that sits on her grave every night waiting for her mother to come visit her but she never goes!!! I on the other hand have only heard voices giggles and laughs of children. Ohhh!!! Yeah, I almost forgot; there is a church on the far end of the cemetary that is extremely old that it has been closed down for probly 50 years or so. But... well to tell you the truth I haven't even heard of anyone even getting close to the church because they dont make it but maybe a few yards inside the cemetery without being freaked out by something.... Don't believe me? pshhhh.. try it yourself.



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Nov 01, 2017
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Lady and husband returning from Jennings. NEW
by: Anonymous

I have no Idea who you two are but please do not return to this cemetery as you already said you were mesmerized.This is a spirit trying to use you to stay here on earth.This spirit wants to stay on this side and won't cross over if people like you allow it to hang onto you.Stay away and let it go because it is not a good spirit and will do whatever it can to prevent crossing over.Be careful and know that I have a gift of desernment for these things.Stay out of it.(Please)

Oct 25, 2017
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This cemetery is among the top ten most haunted in the USA. NEW
by: Anonymous

The Liberty cemetery is a fearful place to be,day or night.I do not fear cemeteries other than this one.There is something large and demonic that lives in the old church near it.I SAW IT!!!I could not get away fast enough and what I saw will always stay in my mind.It was horrible.Do not go there alone or with others at night.Please listen to me....its not a thing you will want to ever see again!!!

Mar 25, 2017
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Its very unusual... NEW
by: BAM

My husband and I were returning from Jennings today and decided to take the back roads so we could enjoy the beautiful spring weather, and I could hopefully get some good nature photographs. We drove down China Cemetery Road, and at the intersection of China Cemetery Road and Liberty Cemetery road, we took a right, which took us past this very unusual cemetery. From the distance, it looks like a huge place. We were so intrigued by the nice brick wall across front, the wrought iron archway entrance proclaiming "Liberty Cemetery" and this humble little tin roofed chapel,we had to pull in the drive and check it out. The first thing that struck me is the layout of the cemetery. It's like no other I have seen. The graves are very close together with concrete walkways down each row on east and west sides of the graves. We were there less than 2 minutes when I told my husband it was such a happy looking cemetery! This may sound goofy, but nearly every grave had bright colorful flowers, it was so unusual I wondered if the flowers are routinely changed by the caretakers to keep it so bright and colorful! I saw no dead or faded flowers.Do you realize how unusual it is? Also, we had heavy storms last night and earlier today with strong winds...but no scattered flowers or overturned vase or urns. Again-highly unusual! Just beautiful happy colors all over. You cannot drive thru the cemetery as in most, instead, you park outside the fence, open the gate and walk on the sidewalks through the graves. It is a beautiful piece of property with many old cypress and oak trees bordering it, as if standing guard. The old wooden chapel is charming with its tin roof and cypress storm shutters,with a large wooden cross on top. I have always been afraid to be buried, it has been my wish to be cremated; send my ashes down the dear old Calcasieu river that I love so much. But as we left today, I told my hubby if I had to be buried, this is the place I would want to go! It struck me as a very exclusive club with lots of privacy and seclusion, and much natural beauty around. I got no creepy vibes...Just happy feelings of peace, tranquility, contentment. HOWEVER...I always carry my camera with me, photography is my passion. My husband told me later he found it odd that I didn't grab the camera and start clicking away...I always make him stop to get shots wherever we go-but today I couldn't do it! I later remembered some "feeling" told me no...don't do it. Out of respect for the dead, don't do it. Which is weird, because I have many photos of graveyards from all over the country! As we pulled out of the Liberty Cemetery drive and drove some distance away, I "came to my senses" and wondered why on earth I didn't grab my camera and start shooting! I am mesmerized by this place. I cant wait to return, and I will be taking photos next time!

Mar 25, 2017
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Its very unusual... NEW
by: BAM

My husband and I were returning from Jennings today and decided to take the back roads so we could enjoy the beautiful spring weather, and I could hopefully get some good nature photographs. We drove down China Cemetery Road, and at the intersection of China Cemetery Road and Liberty Cemetery road, we took a right, which took us past this very unusual cemetery. From the distance, it looks like a huge place. We were so intrigued by the nice brick wall across front, the wrought iron archway entrance proclaiming "Liberty Cemetery" and this humble little tin roofed chapel,we had to pull in the drive and check it out. The first thing that struck me is the layout of the cemetery. It's like no other I have seen. The graves are very close together with concrete walkways down each row on east and west sides of the graves. We were there less than 2 minutes when I told my husband it was such a happy looking cemetery! This may sound goofy, but nearly every grave had bright colorful flowers, it was so unusual I wondered if the flowers are routinely changed by the caretakers to keep it so bright and colorful! I saw no dead or faded flowers.Do you realize how unusual it is? Also, we had heavy storms last night and earlier today with strong winds...but no scattered flowers or overturned vase or urns. Again-highly unusual! Just beautiful happy colors all over. You cannot drive thru the cemetery as in most, instead, you park outside the fence, open the gate and walk on the sidewalks through the graves. It is a beautiful piece of property with many old cypress and oak trees bordering it, as if standing guard. The old wooden chapel is charming with its tin roof and cypress storm shutters,with a large wooden cross on top. I have always been afraid to be buried, it has been my wish to be cremated; send my ashes down the dear old Calcasieu river that I love so much. But as we left today, I told my hubby if I had to be buried, this is the place I would want to go! It struck me as a very exclusive club with lots of privacy and seclusion, and much natural beauty around. I got no creepy vibes...Just happy feelings of peace, tranquility, contentment. HOWEVER...I always carry my camera with me, photography is my passion. My husband told me later he found it odd that I didn't grab the camera and start clicking away...I always make him stop to get shots wherever we go-but today I couldn't do it! I later remembered some "feeling" told me no...don't do it. Out of respect for the dead, don't do it. Which is weird, because I have many photos of graveyards from all over the country! As we pulled out of the Liberty Cemetery drive and drove some distance away, I "came to my senses" and wondered why on earth I didn't grab my camera and start shooting! I am mesmerized by this place. I cant wait to return, and I will be taking photos next time!

Mar 25, 2017
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Its very unusual... NEW
by: BAM

My husband and I were returning from Jennings today and decided to take the back roads so we could enjoy the beautiful spring weather, and I could hopefully get some good nature photographs. We drove down China Cemetery Road, and at the intersection of China Cemetery Road and Liberty Cemetery road, we took a right, which took us past this very unusual cemetery. From the distance, it looks like a huge place. We were so intrigued by the nice brick wall across front, the wrought iron archway entrance proclaiming "Liberty Cemetery" and this humble little tin roofed chapel,we had to pull in the drive and check it out. The first thing that struck me is the layout of the cemetery. It's like no other I have seen. The graves are very close together with concrete walkways down each row on east and west sides of the graves. We were there less than 2 minutes when I told my husband it was such a happy looking cemetery! This may sound goofy, but nearly every grave had bright colorful flowers, it was so unusual I wondered if the flowers are routinely changed by the caretakers to keep it so bright and colorful! I saw no dead or faded flowers.Do you realize how unusual it is? Also, we had heavy storms last night and earlier today with strong winds...but no scattered flowers or overturned vase or urns. Again-highly unusual! Just beautiful happy colors all over. You cannot drive thru the cemetery as in most, instead, you park outside the fence, open the gate and walk on the sidewalks through the graves. It is a beautiful piece of property with many old cypress and oak trees bordering it, as if standing guard. The old wooden chapel is charming with its tin roof and cypress storm shutters,with a large wooden cross on top. I have always been afraid to be buried, it has been my wish to be cremated; send my ashes down the dear old Calcasieu river that I love so much. But as we left today, I told my hubby if I had to be buried, this is the place I would want to go! It struck me as a very exclusive club with lots of privacy and seclusion, and much natural beauty around. I got no creepy vibes...Just happy feelings of peace, tranquility, contentment. HOWEVER...I always carry my camera with me, photography is my passion. My husband told me later he found it odd that I didn't grab the camera and start clicking away...I always make him stop to get shots wherever we go-but today I couldn't do it! I later remembered some "feeling" told me no...don't do it. Out of respect for the dead, don't do it. Which is weird, because I have many photos of graveyards from all over the country! As we pulled out of the Liberty Cemetery drive and drove some distance away, I "came to my senses" and wondered why on earth I didn't grab my camera and start shooting! I am mesmerized by this place. I cant wait to return, and I will be taking photos next time!

Mar 25, 2017
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Its very unusual... NEW
by: BAM

My husband and I were returning from Jennings today and decided to take the back roads so we could enjoy the beautiful spring weather, and I could hopefully get some good nature photographs. We drove down China Cemetery Road, and at the intersection of China Cemetery Road and Liberty Cemetery road, we took a right, which took us past this very unusual cemetery. From the distance, it looks like a huge place. We were so intrigued by the nice brick wall across front, the wrought iron archway entrance proclaiming "Liberty Cemetery" and this humble little tin roofed chapel,we had to pull in the drive and check it out. The first thing that struck me is the layout of the cemetery. It's like no other I have seen. The graves are very close together with concrete walkways down each row on east and west sides of the graves. We were there less than 2 minutes when I told my husband it was such a happy looking cemetery! This may sound goofy, but nearly every grave had bright colorful flowers, it was so unusual I wondered if the flowers are routinely changed by the caretakers to keep it so bright and colorful! I saw no dead or faded flowers.Do you realize how unusual it is? Also, we had heavy storms last night and earlier today with strong winds...but no scattered flowers or overturned vase or urns. Again-highly unusual! Just beautiful happy colors all over. You cannot drive thru the cemetery as in most, instead, you park outside the fence, open the gate and walk on the sidewalks through the graves. It is a beautiful piece of property with many old cypress and oak trees bordering it, as if standing guard. The old wooden chapel is charming with its tin roof and cypress storm shutters,with a large wooden cross on top. I have always been afraid to be buried, it has been my wish to be cremated; send my ashes down the dear old Calcasieu river that I love so much. But as we left today, I told my hubby if I had to be buried, this is the place I would want to go! It struck me as a very exclusive club with lots of privacy and seclusion, and much natural beauty around. I got no creepy vibes...Just happy feelings of peace, tranquility, contentment. HOWEVER...I always carry my camera with me, photography is my passion. My husband told me later he found it odd that I didn't grab the camera and start clicking away...I always make him stop to get shots wherever we go-but today I couldn't do it! I later remembered some "feeling" told me no...don't do it. Out of respect for the dead, don't do it. Which is weird, because I have many photos of graveyards from all over the country! As we pulled out of the Liberty Cemetery drive and was a good distance away, I "came to my senses" and wondered why on earth I didn't grab my camera and start shooting. I mentioned this to my husband...he said he asked me more than once, and (he said) I told him it would be too creepy! Here is where it gets strange...I DO NOT REMEMBER him saying one word about taking photos! And as for being "too creepy", It just doesn't sound like something I would say! He told me it was as if I was "somewhere else"! Almost trance-like he said!(OMG..now that IS creepy!) We have been discussing this for the last 2 hours, and we can't explain it. The cemetery has me mesmerized.I immediately googled it and found this page! Its all I can think of, talk about. I texted my sister on our way home and told her about it...her question was, did you take any photos? She also found it hard to believe that I returned photo-less! I cant wait to return! And I will be taking photos next time.

Mar 25, 2017
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Its very unusual... NEW
by: BAM

My husband and I were returning from Jennings today and decided to take the back roads so we could enjoy the beautiful spring weather, and I could hopefully get some good nature photographs. We drove down China Cemetery Road, and at the intersection of China Cemetery Road and Liberty Cemetery road, we took a right, which took us past this very unusual cemetery. From the distance, it looks like a huge place. We were so intrigued by the nice brick wall across front, the wrought iron archway entrance proclaiming "Liberty Cemetery" and this humble little tin roofed chapel,we had to pull in the drive and check it out. The first thing that struck me is the layout of the cemetery. It's like no other I have seen. The graves are very close together with concrete walkways down each row on east and west sides of the graves. We were there less than 2 minutes when I told my husband it was such a happy looking cemetery! This may sound goofy, but nearly every grave had bright colorful flowers, it was so unusual I wondered if the flowers are routinely changed by the caretakers to keep it so bright and colorful! I saw no dead or faded flowers.Do you realize how unusual it is? Also, we had heavy storms last night and earlier today with strong winds...but no scattered flowers or overturned vase or urns. Again-highly unusual! Just beautiful happy colors all over. You cannot drive thru the cemetery as in most, instead, you park outside the fence, open the gate and walk on the sidewalks through the graves. It is a beautiful piece of property with many old cypress and oak trees bordering it, as if standing guard. The old wooden chapel is charming with its tin roof and cypress storm shutters,with a large wooden cross on top. I have always been afraid to be buried, it has been my wish to be cremated; send my ashes down the dear old Calcasieu river that I love so much. But as we left today, I told my hubby if I had to be buried, this is the place I would want to go! It struck me as a very exclusive club with lots of privacy and seclusion, and much natural beauty around. I got no creepy vibes...Just happy feelings of peace, tranquility, contentment. HOWEVER...I always carry my camera with me, photography is my passion. My husband told me later he found it odd that I didn't grab the camera and start clicking away...I always make him stop to get shots wherever we go-but today I couldn't do it! I later remembered some "feeling" told me no...don't do it. Out of respect for the dead, don't do it. Which is weird, because I have many photos of graveyards from all over the country! As we pulled out of the Liberty Cemetery drive and was a good distance away, I "came to my senses" and wondered why on earth I didn't grab my camera and start shooting. I mentioned this to my husband...he said he asked me more than once, and (he said) I told him it would be too creepy! Here is where it gets strange...I DO NOT REMEMBER him saying one word about taking photos! And as for being "too creepy", It just doesn't sound like something I would say! He told me it was as if I was "somewhere else"! Almost trance-like he said!(OMG..now that IS creepy!) We have been discussing this for the last 2 hours, and we can't explain it. The cemetery has me mesmerized.I immediately googled it and found this page! Its all I can think of, talk about. I texted my sister on our way home and told her about it...her question was, did you take any photos? She also found it hard to believe that I returned photo-less! I cant wait to return! And I will be taking photos next time.

Mar 25, 2017
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Its very unusual... NEW
by: BAM

My husband and I were returning from Jennings today and decided to take the back roads so we could enjoy the beautiful spring weather, and I could hopefully get some good nature photographs. We drove down China Cemetery Road, and at the intersection of China Cemetery Road and Liberty Cemetery road, we took a right, which took us past this very unusual cemetery. From the distance, it looks like a huge place. We were so intrigued by the nice brick wall across front, the wrought iron archway entrance proclaiming "Liberty Cemetery" and this humble little tin roofed chapel,we had to pull in the drive and check it out. The first thing that struck me is the layout of the cemetery. It's like no other I have seen. The graves are very close together with concrete walkways down each row on east and west sides of the graves. We were there less than 2 minutes when I told my husband it was such a happy looking cemetery! This may sound goofy, but nearly every grave had bright colorful flowers, it was so unusual I wondered if the flowers are routinely changed by the caretakers to keep it so bright and colorful! I saw no dead or faded flowers.Do you realize how unusual it is? Also, we had heavy storms last night and earlier today with strong winds...but no scattered flowers or overturned vase or urns. Again-highly unusual! Just beautiful happy colors all over. You cannot drive thru the cemetery as in most, instead, you park outside the fence, open the gate and walk on the sidewalks through the graves. It is a beautiful piece of property with many old cypress and oak trees bordering it, as if standing guard. The old wooden chapel is charming with its tin roof and cypress storm shutters,with a large wooden cross on top. I have always been afraid to be buried, it has been my wish to be cremated; send my ashes down the dear old Calcasieu river that I love so much. But as we left today, I told my hubby if I had to be buried, this is the place I would want to go! It struck me as a very exclusive club with lots of privacy and seclusion, and much natural beauty around. I got no creepy vibes...Just happy feelings of peace, tranquility, contentment. HOWEVER...I always carry my camera with me, photography is my passion. My husband told me later he found it odd that I didn't grab the camera and start clicking away...I always make him stop to get shots wherever we go-but today I couldn't do it! I later remembered some "feeling" told me no...don't do it. Out of respect for the dead, don't do it. Which is weird, because I have many photos of graveyards from all over the country! As we pulled out of the Liberty Cemetery drive and was a good distance away, I "came to my senses" and wondered why on earth I didn't grab my camera and start shooting. I mentioned this to my husband...he said he asked me more than once, and (he said) I told him it would be too creepy! Here is where it gets strange...I DO NOT REMEMBER him saying one word about taking photos! And as for being "too creepy", It just doesn't sound like something I would say! He told me it was as if I was "somewhere else"! Almost trance-like he said!(OMG..now that IS creepy!) We have been discussing this for the last 2 hours, and we can't explain it. The cemetery has me mesmerized.I immediately googled it and found this page! Its all I can think of, talk about. I texted my sister on our way home and told her about it...her question was, did you take any photos? She also found it hard to believe that I returned photo-less! I cant wait to return! And I will be taking photos next time.

Mar 25, 2017
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Its very unusual... NEW
by: BAM

My husband and I were returning from Jennings today and decided to take the back roads so we could enjoy the beautiful spring weather, and I could hopefully get some good nature photographs. We drove down China Cemetery Road, and at the intersection of China Cemetery Road and Liberty Cemetery road, we took a right, which took us past this very unusual cemetery. From the distance, it looks like a huge place. We were so intrigued by the nice brick wall across front, the wrought iron archway entrance proclaiming "Liberty Cemetery" and this humble little tin roofed chapel,we had to pull in the drive and check it out. The first thing that struck me is the layout of the cemetery. It's like no other I have seen. The graves are very close together with concrete walkways down each row on east and west sides of the graves. We were there less than 2 minutes when I told my husband it was such a happy looking cemetery! This may sound goofy, but nearly every grave had bright colorful flowers, it was so unusual I wondered if the flowers are routinely changed by the caretakers to keep it so bright and colorful! I saw no dead or faded flowers.Do you realize how unusual it is? Also, we had heavy storms last night and earlier today with strong winds...but no scattered flowers or overturned vase or urns. Again-highly unusual! Just beautiful happy colors all over. You cannot drive thru the cemetery as in most, instead, you park outside the fence, open the gate and walk on the sidewalks through the graves. It is a beautiful piece of property with many old cypress and oak trees bordering it, as if standing guard. The old wooden chapel is charming with its tin roof and cypress storm shutters,with a large wooden cross on top. I have always been afraid to be buried, it has been my wish to be cremated; send my ashes down the dear old Calcasieu river that I love so much. But as we left today, I told my hubby if I had to be buried, this is the place I would want to go! It struck me as a very exclusive club with lots of privacy and seclusion, and much natural beauty around. I got no creepy vibes...Just happy feelings of peace, tranquility, contentment. HOWEVER...I always carry my camera with me, photography is my passion. My husband told me later he found it odd that I didn't grab the camera and start clicking away...I always make him stop to get shots wherever we go-but today I couldn't do it! I later remembered some "feeling" told me no...don't do it. Out of respect for the dead, don't do it. Which is weird, because I have many photos of graveyards from all over the country! As we pulled out of the Liberty Cemetery drive and was a good distance away, I "came to my senses" and wondered why on earth I didn't grab my camera and start shooting. I mentioned this to my husband...he said he asked me more than once, and (he said) I told him it would be too creepy! Here is where it gets strange...I DO NOT REMEMBER him saying one word about taking photos! And as for being "too creepy", It just doesn't sound like something I would say! He told me it was as if I was "somewhere else"! Almost trance-like he said!(OMG..now that IS creepy!) We have been discussing this for the last 2 hours, and we can't explain it. The cemetery has me mesmerized.I immediately googled it and found this page! Its all I can think of, talk about. I texted my sister on our way home and told her about it...her question was, did you take any photos? She also found it hard to believe that I returned photo-less! I cant wait to return! And I will be taking photos next time.

Nov 28, 2016
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Cold eerie tree! NEW
by: Anonymous

Different ones told me that in the Liberty cemetery was a huge tree toward the back south side,not far from the fence.Each one has the same story about the temperature change as you approach the tree area.It actually drops from 80 degrees to a cold 32 freezing temp,.even in summer.I decided to go check it out one day with a small group of people.How true,it got so cold umder the tree that it felt like an artic cold blast of air.COLD SPIRIT it seems.Go feel it for yourself.Bring a jacket.

Nov 28, 2016
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Haunted Cemetery NEW
by: Anonymous

Do not go there alone! If I were you,I would ask someone to go with me if I feel the need to go.Be
careful,it seems strange.

Nov 28, 2016
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Stay away from this cemetery.It has evil all around it. NEW
by: Anonymous

I will not say who the couple are,but they went to visit the grave of a loved one recently.As they were leaving for home,something slowly opened the first shutter on the south side as though it was looking to see who was there.When they got inside their car,the shutter slowly re-closed.Something inside?? It is locked on the outside of the door,so how did it get inside?This place feels haunted.They told me that it was hard for them to breathe while there.I will stay away.

Sep 30, 2016
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Demons NEW
by: Anonymous

Demons live in all cemeteries.Its not this one only.Be safe and go only in the light of day and
only to visit and remember the good things about your friends and families.Don't play with evil because it can be dangerous.Satan could follow you home and you will never be the same.Be careful!

Sep 30, 2016
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It is haunted NEW
by: Anonymous

STAY AWAY!!!!!!!! PLEASE..................IT IS HORRIBLE!

Sep 30, 2016
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have respect NEW
by: Anonymous

Please do not go to this cemetery to see if you can see evil things.This place is sacred and needs to be respected for friends and loved ones to rest in peace.It is not there for people to play Halloween!!!

Jul 13, 2016
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You live near this cemetery? NEW
by: Anonymous

I respect you for telling everyone that this cemetery is not haunted.I have no Idea how far from it that you live,but to be safe, don't go walking around in it at night!

Jul 13, 2016
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Sacred ground! NEW
by: Anonymous

Leave this cemetery alone! It is scared ground and not a place to play or pretend evil.Just go to the woods if you have to find evil adventure.

Jan 31, 2016
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Afraid NEW
by: Anonymous

If I lived across the street from the cemetery,I could not sleep at night.I would have to move away!

Jan 31, 2016
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Learn Respect NEW
by: Anonymous

Cemeteries are not a play ground for ghost hunters.Stay away from them if you are not there for a memory of a friend or loved one.If anyone continues to do such a thing,it can be called an evil outing.Leave this alone,or you could regreat it.This is a resting place for a soul until he or she crosses over to their new life.

Jan 31, 2016
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believer NEW
by: Anonymous

Last weekend I asked a co-worker to ride with me to the liberty cemetery in Elton,Louisiana.We both work in mortuary and are in cemeteries almost daily.Oh my GOD!I have never in my live been so frightened.My co-worker was also afraid.We tried to leave but figures kept hitting on the car and were so horrible looking that we cannot explain what they were.They looked more like animal monsters than dead walking or ghost.It was horrible and I will never return there again.Our vehicle was hard to start,but we finally got out of there with racing hearts and a fear that cannot be explained.I understand this is suppose to be a resting place for loved ones and I try to respect and see it in such a way.I don't have to return there again at night and won't.If I have to work in this cemetery,I know it will be in the light of day and won't be alone.

Jan 31, 2016
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believer NEW
by: Anonymous

Last weekend I asked a co-worker to ride with me to the liberty cemetery in Elton,Louisiana.We both work in mortuary and are in cemeteries almost daily.Oh my GOD!I have never in my live been so frightened.My co-worker was also afraid.We tried to leave but figures kept hitting on the car and were so horrible looking that we cannot explain what they were.They looked more like animal monsters than dead walking or ghost.It was horrible and I will never return there again.Our vehicle was hard to start,but we finally got out of there with racing hearts and a fear that cannot be explained.I understand this is suppose to be a resting place for loved ones and I try to respect and see it in such a way.I don't have to return there again at night and won't.If I have to work in this cemetery,I know it will be in the light of day and won't be alone.

Jan 27, 2016
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Not haunted NEW
by: Anonymous

I literally live across the street from the cemetery and I can assure you it's not haunted

Dec 06, 2015
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believer NEW
by: Anonymous

This cemetery is truly haunted or full of souls that died suddenly and are just not crossing over.I do not believe anything or harm will come to anyone.I think these spirits are only reaching for anything alive to stay here or go to the other side.They do not feel any kind of belonging and just want to fit in wherever they can.Even so,don't go at night or ever along.Be safe!!Don't play with evil.

Mar 04, 2014
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horrible terror NEW
by: Anonymous

My friend and I went to the Liberty cemetery just to visit.We both worked in funeral business for many years and had no fear of such places.We were talking and suddenly felt a feeling of evil and being stalked.We tried to ignore it as we did have some time to talk and were not ready to leave.We sat in a car and it began to go forward on its own with the motor turned off.We were than terrified and left as fast as we could.As we drove away,we felt something following us until we got back into town.I have been back in the light of day only with family ,but still not comfortable.The shutters are nailed on the old church ,but they open and close like the wind is blowing them every time we go.Not a friendly cemetery.

Mar 04, 2014
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horrible terror NEW
by: Anonymous

My friend and I went to the Liberty cemetery just to visit.We both worked in funeral business for many years and had no fear of such places.We were talking and suddenly felt a feeling of evil and being stalked.We tried to ignore it as we did have some time to talk and were not ready to leave.We sat in a car and it began to go forward on its own with the motor turned off.We were than terrified and left as fast as we could.As we drove away,we felt something following us until we got back into town.I have been back in the light of day only with family ,but still not comfortable.The shutters are nailed on the old church ,but they open and close like the wind is blowing them every time we go.Not a friendly cemetery.

Mar 04, 2014
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horrible terror NEW
by: Anonymous

My friend and I went to the Liberty cemetery just to visit.We both worked in funeral business for many years and had no fear of such places.We were talking and suddenly felt a feeling of evil and being stalked.We tried to ignore it as we did have some time to talk and were not ready to leave.We sat in a car and it began to go forward on its own with the motor turned off.We were than terrified and left as fast as we could.As we drove away,we felt something following us until we got back into town.I have been back in the light of day only with family ,but still not comfortable.The shutters are nailed on the old church ,but they open and close like the wind is blowing them every time we go.Not a friendly cemetery.

Jan 23, 2014
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Different Vibe NEW
by: C Landry

My ancestors are buried here. The church/old schoolhouse was where my grandmother was baptized and went to school until the 5th grade. All I felt as we walked thru the church and grave sites was peace and the want to know more history. FAITH not stories to make money or to have people come to a sacred place to gawk is what you need!!!!

Nov 23, 2012
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Funeral director and friend NEW
by: Anonymous

My friend and I decided to ride out to the Liberty cemetery one evening late just to see if what they are saying has any truth to it.We are both funeral directors and are usually not afraid of cemeteries.We were there about 20 minutes and felt chills going up our spine and felt horrible spirits around us.We heard ghostly cries coming from the trees that sheltered the cemetery and saw figures running to and fro throughout the cemetery .They were running so fast that we got sick trying to follow them.This was enough so we both agreed it was time to leave.Well when we turned the car key on,it would not start............we got out of the car and ran in the opposite direction of this place fearing for our lives.We finally got to a house where we stopped and asked for a ride back to town.In the light of day,we returned to get the car,which started right away.Explain this! I can't and will not go there again.

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