Episode 6 – A Visit to the Manomet Cemetery, Plymouth, Massachusetts

In Episode #6 of Tombstone Shadows, we will visit the Manomet Cemetery in Plymouth, Massachusetts. You will hear a history of the cemetery which includes a haunted church, as well as two Tombstone Investigations of persons buried there.

The Manomet Cemeter in Plymouth Massachusetts

History:
You’ll hear a short history of the Manomet Cemetery—which include the cemetery’s beginning and information about a ghost that haunts the church that sits on the cemetery grounds.

Tombstone Shadows Investigations in Episode #6:

  1. Bob William Dean
    (October 31, 1931 to October 13, 2004)



    A popular staff photographer who worked for the Boston Globe who risked life and limb to capture the news.

  2. Irving Leon Wood
    (1908 to November 10, 1936)


    A Coast Guardsman who worked in the Manomet area, and was one of the heroes of a 1928 event in the oceans near Massachusetts.

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Episode 5 – Halloween Special

In Episode #5 of Tombstone Shadows, you will hear various stories about Ghosts in U.S. Cemeteries.

The Old Joliet Prison Cemetery
  1. Minnie Brooks – Baltimore Maryland (1926)
  2. Raymond Soukuop – Fulton, Missouri (1939)
  3. The Ghost Girl of Crown Hill Cemetery – Indianapolis, Indiana, (1932)
  4. The Ghost of Bent Creek Cemetery – Whitesburg, Tennessee (1953)


  5. The Singing Ghost of Old Joliet Prison Cemetery – Joliet, Illinois (1932
  6. More Ghosts in Cemeteries from Newspaper Articles:
    • Monroe, Michigan – August 21, 1911
    Baltimore, Maryland – November 28, 1911
    Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania – March 21, 1905
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – August 10, 1911

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Episode 4

In Episode #4 of Tombstone Shadows, we take a visit to the Laurel Hill Cemetery in Saco, Maine.

Vandal damage to Laurel Hill Cemetery

History:
A background on the Laurel Hill Cemetery, including several crimes that were committed there.

Ghost Experiences:
There were no ghost experiences that I could find, regarding the Laurel Hill Cemetery.

Tombstone Shadows Investigations in Ep. 4:

Jeannette Anne Haynes
(July 11, 1944 to September 19, 1976)
Married a former U.S. Marine who owned a business in Massachusetts. The two had a son after 10 years of marriage, and tragedy followed soon afterward.
(grave marker number is pending)

Lawrence W. Walls
(July 17,1914 to September 28, 1966)
Grew up in the Great Depression in Maine and New Hampshire. Dropped out of school during the depression, and took a job as a painter for a boating company in Maine. Raised a family of three until his untimely death.
(grave marker number is pending)

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Episode 3

In Episode #3 of Tombstone Shadows, we take a visit to the Riverview Cemetery in Saint Joseph, Michigan.

Three victims of train crash

History:
A background on the Riverview Cemetery, including a major air disaster that involved the cemetery.

Ghost Experiences:
There are no ghost experiences that I could find, regarding the Riverview Cemetery.

Tombstone Shadows Investigations in Ep. 3:
(grave locations follow name)

John Collins Gillespie
(Dec. 15 1939 to Jan. 25, 1994)
The life of a one time very popular sheriff deputy in the St. Joseph, Michigan area, and how his life ended.
(RC-10-22-8)

Duane Allen Christianson
(Jan. 10, 1955 to May 20, 1975)
Duane’s father disappears in Minnesota at the age of 30, and his mother moves the young family of four to Michigan.
(RC-6-21-1)

George Edward Schultz
(Oct 23, 1942 – Jan 21, 1960)
A drive with three fellow high school students, turns into a terrible disaster.
(RC-6-139-4)

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Episode 2

In Episode #2 of Tombstone Shadows, we take a visit to the Artesia Cemetery in Cerritos, California.

History:
You’ll hear a short history of the Artesia Cemetery, including who was the first to be buried there:
John P. Collins (1814-1882).

Ghost Experiences:
There are no ghost experiences that I could find, regarding the Artesia cemetery.

Tombstone Shadows Investigations in Ep. 2:
(grave locations follow name)

  1. John Thompson 
    (Aug.22, 1880 to Aug. 6, 1892)
    Died at the age of eleven in Santa Ana, California from a gunshot wound.
    (B: 76-L: 2-G: 10)

  2. Robert Stevens Duckworth
    (Oct. 4, 1922 to Oct. 22, 1972)
    Was drafted into the army in WWII, survived a German prison camp, and passed away at the age of 50.
    (B: 36-L: 4-G: 10)

  3. Oscar Alexander Castillo
    (June 4, 1958 to March 28, 1976)
    Was murdered after watching a baseball game in Long Beach, California with his girlfriend. He was 17.
    (B: 122-L: 3-G: 1)

  4. The Ouija Board Murder (1933)
    The Lizzie Borden-esque planned out murder of Earnest J. Turley, a retired U.S. naval officer.
    (burial place unknown)

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The Charleston recording by Arthur Gibbs and His Gang (1923) is part of U.S. public domain as of Jan. 1, 2019.

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Episode 1

Episode #1 of Tombstone Shadows:
A visit to the Carpinteria Cemetery in Carpinteria, California.

History:
You’ll hear a short history of the Carpinteria area and how the cemetery was founded—including the first interred there.

Ghost Experiences:
There are no ghost experiences to share regarding the cemetery.

Tombstone Shadows Investigations in Episode 1:
(grave locations follow name)

  1. Kristen Leigh Moore (F, 20)

  2. Dorothy June Tennent (393, 1)

  3. Dianna M. Camacho (378, 2)
    Joseph Thomas DeAlba (1 So, 10, 4, 4)
  4. Andrew J. Nidever (180, 7)
  5. Janie Nidever (215, 2)
  6. John Dehner (327, 2)
  7. Oliver Bettle Prickett (NA)

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Street location for Dorothy Tennent:
The dirt shoulder off Gabbert Road (near W. Los Angeles Ave.), next to a chain link fence in front of the So Cal Edison Substation.

Street location for Dianna and Joseph:
Foothill Road (east of Casitas Pass Road) – in front of a private driveway. Possibly somewhere around 5550 Foothill Road.

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