Monday, October 19, 2009

WARLOCK'S GRAVE



Rumor has it that there is a small cemetery near an apple orchard about a mile from town on Huron River Dr. My brother has been there before and we decided to make a little trip there on a sunny Autumn Sunday. Jason said that there are only a few gravestones, but there is a particular tree that is said to grown and surrounds the grave of a warlock. The tree has thorns growing on it although it isn't really a thorn tree. People say that if you lie on the ground in front of the tree you can see a shadow come at you and pass through you into the ground.

THE WARLOCK'S GRAVE is located on Huron River Dr. just before Zeeb Rd. heading towards Ann Arbor. Its located on the left and is a ancient rundown private cemetery. Its hidden and tucked away into the woods so its very hard to see. "His grave" is located under the giant oak tree.

It's actually grown into the tree so you can barely see the stone from the grave. Someone has dug a hole in an attempt to find Willie (really its just willies as in goosebumps but apparently it's become a person haha). You're supposed to lay down on his grave and a shadow person/demon will sink through you and into the ground.


There are some graves nearby, probably 20-30ft away which I feel aren't haunted and belong to some young girl who's not satan's child :). Across the street, past the railroad tracks, and down the hill there's an old Tepee foundation with a fire pit, benches and a round base. Its pretty cool and in a pretty location...I'm assuming a hippie built it but now the pubescent goths have turned it into a freak show.

The entire area along Huron River Drive in Dexter is haunted. It used to be populated by the Huron tribe, many people see native Americans walking on the side of the road at night only to see them disappear in the rear-view mirror.

Here is Kimmer and Jason's video of Warlock's Grave...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Warlocks grave was a place to go when I was young. We started going there when both grave stones were intact. It was the best! Then beer cans started piling up and before long the stones were broken and stolen. The small graveyard nearby has the graves of several children from the same family who died within days of each other as a result of some epidemic, measles maybe. Spooky & sad, this was always a fun outing until the malicious destruction.

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