In Episode #2 of Tombstone Shadows, we take a visit to the Artesia Cemetery in Cerritos, California.
You’ll hear a short history of the Artesia Cemetery, including who was the first to be buried there:
John P. Collins (1814-1882).
There are no ghost experiences that I could find, regarding the Artesia cemetery.
Tombstone Shadows Investigations in Ep. 2:
(grave locations follow name)
- 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)
- 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)
- 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)
- 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)
If you visit…!
If you live near or plan to visit any of our Tombstone Shadows Investigation graves, please leave a flower, and take a photo. We will post it with the episode, and send you a “Tombstone Shadow Investigator” sticker.
The Charleston recording by Arthur Gibbs and His Gang (1923) is part of U.S. public domain as of Jan. 1, 2019.