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Saint John Cemetery - Middle Village NY Haunted Place

   
  • 80-01 Metropolitan Ave
  • Middle Village, NY
  • 718-416-8600
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Saint John Cemetery, a Catholic burial ground in Queens, is one of the largest cemeteries in the State of New York. Several mobsters and famous people are buried here, including John Gotti, Lucky Luciano, Geraldine Ferraro, Mario Cuomo, Charles Atlas, and Robert Mapplethorpe. Visitors say that the graveyard is haunted, often complaining of strange sounds coming from areas where there is clearly no person or animal. Some have also reported feeling cold spots.
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Contact Phone #: 718-416-8600

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Last edit to this listing: 8/15/2015 (1865 days ago)

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