Granary Park Burying Grounds
Updated: May 27, 2020
Granary Park Burying Grounds located in Boston, dates back to the 1660’s. In its long history, some of America’s most famous historical figures have been buried in this cemetery including John Hancock, Samuel Adams and Paul Revere. Paul Revere, as you may know, made the famous midnight ride that warned the area that the British were coming.
Granary Park Burying Grounds is said to be extremely haunted; possibly the most haunted spot in all of Boston. That's quite a feat considering Boston's early history. To this day, Revere is said to be seen riding his horse through the cemetery grounds. Of course, Revere is not the only spirit to haunt the grounds. Other colonials have been seen lurking behind grave stones and walking the cemetery, especially at night. Strange mists, orbs, apparitions, feelings of being touched and more have frequently been reported at the Granary Park Burying Grounds. It is also an excellent location to get EVP due to the chatty ghost's still hanging around.
Granary Burying Grounds is part of the Freedom Trail in Boston and is open from 9am to 5pm daily if you are ever in Boston and want to check it out.
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