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Unexplained Cases | Terrified Investigator Runs Out of Old Burying Ground

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 12/29/20 - LIVE VIDEO
Executive Producer: Rick Garner


 

Nestled in Beaufort, North Carolina, is one of the area’s oldest cemeteries, the Old Burying Ground. Established in the early 1700s, the cemetery has been full for nearly 200 years but has remained a popular spot for tours because of its unusual inhabitants: a young girl buried in a keg of rum after she died at sea, as her father promised he would bring her home and rum was the only way to preserver her; a British soldier buried standing up and saluting towards England; and the common grave of the crew of Crissie Wright, who died when their schooner went aground at Shackleford Banks during a storm in January 1886. But is there more to this cemetery than anyone realizes? Are any of these spirits stuck here? Does something more sinister remain? Watch as our live investigation takes a terrifying turn when our seasoned investigator runs off the property, vowing to never return!
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