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Green Lady Cemetery - Seventh Day Baptist Cemetery - Burlington CT Real Haunts

   
  • Upson Road and Covey Road
  • Burlington, CT
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This cemetery, also known as the Green lady Cemtery because of its many sightings of a ghostly woman in Green - known as the Green Lady. Some believe she is the spirit of Seventh Day Baptist Elisabeth Palmiter, who drowned in a swamp in 1800 while searching for her “missing” husband Benjamin, who, unbeknownst to her, was not missing but was waiting out a bad snowstorm in town. Later on, her husband ended up finding her dead body in a swamp, wearing a green dress. It is reported that when she appears, a green mist surrounds her and she smiles and vanishes. Others claim they see a light here, believed to be the lantern of Benjamin searching for his wife.
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