Worthington haunted or just historic

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Walnut Grove Cemetery entrance  with ghost


Worthington haunted or just historic?

Haunted Worthington

Worthington is old.  Worthington was settled in 1803. 

I had a client tell me once that a house had to be haunted since it was so old, that it had to have had someone die in it... The house was not in Worthington, it was on the northeast side of Columbus, I don't really even think it was that old.  Same era as Clintonville I believe.  It's all relative.

Worthington had a number of cemeteries...  Walnut Grove is one of the newer "graveyards."

From The Worthington website  Worthington Cemeteries 

"Visit the Worthington Memory Web site to access a searchable database of cemeteries in Worthington, Ohio." 

I knew of Walnut Grove (ghost is not real of course) and St. John's Episcopal Cemetery, but I am not sure I realized Worthington Presbyterean and the Worthington Methodist churches both had graves at some point.  The graves have been moved.

There is the cemetery in Flint, Sharon Township.

Worthington Memory - Cemeteries




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