Lewis Memorial Park - Real Haunted Place
Founded in 1927, Lewis Memorial Park is a cemetery with an unsurprising association with paranormal occurrences. The main apparition is said to be a man on horseback, followed by a phantom dog. The ghost is thought to be Robert J. Lewis, the site's former funeral director. In addition to managing the land, he was also the one who originally donated the land for the cemetery.
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