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

  • 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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  • Footage of Demon captured

    So this was around 2007 or 2007, me and two other friends decided to go and check it out around midnight. I had brought my old video camera at the time and was taking footage outside and inside the cemetery. It was a summer night and we all saw our breath, very eerie. We also heard some rustling in the woods, probably an animal so we got spooked and left. While reviewing the footage on the way home, the screen flashed red for split second when I was outside the stone wall next to the tree.. I thought this was kind of weird, so I tried to rewind and slow down the footage to see what made the flash of red. I literally gasped out loud and had to have the driver pull over so I could show him and my other friend my discovery. The footage: The figure was coming from the top left of the screen to the bottom right, it showed shoulders and a head, so it must of been only a foot away from the camera at the time. Long extended chin and nose, black almond eyes. It had black horns protruding out the top of its head with matching sharp pointed ears. The creepiest part though... Its mouth started to slightly open as it moved frame by frame turning it into a grin or a smile showing its teeth. I have used oujia boards before in my life, but never really had "an experience" like this. This completely changed the way I think about the paranormal. After capturing this footage and bringing it home, its all I was talking about. Before I even went to bed, my friends little brother picked up my camera and started recording over the footage. I quickly got the camera back and luckily he only took out a few seconds after the event. The next 3 months I had probably showed around 40-50 people, including a house party I brought it too. I backed the footage up on my computer soon after the first incident and remember sending it into some kind of news article for paranormal stuff, I think it was The Warrens. They posted my story, but nothing really came out of it. A friend wanted to borrow my camera to film his smash bro's event at his house and he ultimately taped over the original. My computer was getting serviced at my friends local computer shop soon after and all of a sudden their systems browned out and I ended up losing all the data on my hard drive... It's almost like I was never supposed to have the footage. Once in awhile I revisit the graveyard in hopes to capture or experience another paranormal event.

    Posted 10/22/23

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