Goodleburg Cemetery - Real South Wales Haunt
Goodleburg Cemetery was an active cemetery from 1811 to 1927, and is still open to visitors between 8 AM and dusk. Local legend holds that its namesake, Dr. Goodleburg, performed illegal operations and buried the women and children who did not survive in this graveyard. The cemetery was also the site of a death in 2003 when a ghost hunter was struck by a car late at night. Visitors have reported seeing the spirit of a lady in white, supposedly one of Goodleburg’s patients, roaming the land. There have been colored orbs which appear in photographs taken at night and some have heard the disembodied cries of babies. A pond in the back of the cemetery has been known to experience strong winds followed by a child’s cry.
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