I love places like this. Lost and forgotten, small towns and small graveyards. Full of history with possible spirits roaming free. That's why I enjoy going to Gettysburg. So much going on there.
Was just at a grad party Sunday for neice. It was held at North Park, largest public park in North Hills area of Pittsburgh. Halfway through I noticed the tip of a tombstone creeping up over a rise beyond an adjacent shelter. Walked over and discovered a very small presby church with adjoining cemetery left intact. Some great stones, putting it on my fall photo recon list.
Moonville Tunnel is really off the beaten track but worth the journey (and mandatory mosquito repellant) to find it. There's a great state park with nice quiet cabins next door and a few trails through the woods to abandoned cemeteries. Perfect vacation spot.
Was just here recently, it's located about 15 minutes from where my husband grew up. Absolutely awesome place. There's also a small and quite hidden cemetery close by (like Dio said). A friend of mine caught a voice while recording in the tunnel which said, "get out" three times, each time a bit louder and angrier. Can't wait to go back!
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