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Wildmead Cemetery - Real Haunts in Nickerson KS

  • Wildmead Cemetery
  • Nickerson, KS
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Stories say this cemetery has a guardian, one that appears to be a woman, a light, or even a demon. Those who visit the cemetery because they have loved ones buried there are said to be protected, but those who only come to cause trouble may find they're far from protected!
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  • Goosebumps on a 100 degree summer day

    7/22/2017 - I visited this old cemetery today with my 15 year old son. I've started teaching him to drive a stick, so after a suggestion from a friend I took him to the Wildmead Cemetery for his first lesson. I used to live in Nickerson years ago. Occassionally, I rode my bike from my house, to the cemetery as a teen. So I was tickled to take my son to a place I used to haunt when I was his age. After slowly cruising around the cemetery for a bit, all the while teaching my son the finer nuances of driving a manual, I told my son to pull over so we could explore the cemetery before grabbing a bite to eat at the local cafe. I am a sensitive, it's a hereditary trait that has been passed down through the generations on my mother's paternal side. I have a tendency to pick up on things or maybe they have the tendency to pick up on me without warning. My son and I were walking around, reading names and dates, as well as a few heartfelt engravings on many of the stones. If you ever go to visit this cemetery, you're in for a treat. It is very delightful and filled with many weathered stones of character. We came to a spot in the cemetery were we began to talk about the life of a fellow who is buried there who fought during the spanish American war of 1898. I suddenly started getting goosebumps on my arms. I asked my son if he was feeling funny, he said no. I told him to look at my arms. He saw the hairs on both my arms standing on end. Mind you, it is 100 degrees our, and we've been wandering in and out of the shade of the trees dotting the cemetery for 10 minutes or so. After a few minutes of observing the peculiar gooseflesh on my arms, we proceeded to continue our walk around the cemetery and the feeling slowly went away. Off and on I felt more goosebumps, but nothing near as intense. Next time we go for another lesson, I will conduct a ghost hunt. Maybe I will get lucky and catch something. Becky B.

    Posted 7/23/17

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