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Images from Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana

Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana is another one of those really old and really neat Indiana cemeteries that I can’t help but explore!

This time, however, I admit it gave me the creeps! I’ve been in so many and yet…I about ran back to the car and locked the doors. I know, I know. I should probably lay off the horror movies.

This well-kept Brownsburg, Indiana cemetery is certainly interesting and worth a look around. If you, like me, find that sort of thing interesting!

Images from Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana

Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana

Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana

Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana

Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana

Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana

Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana

Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana

Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana

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Sambo Cemetery in Danville, Indiana
Southeast corner of SR 267 & Maloney Road
N39°53.296’ W86°23.485’

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Jessica Nunemaker is the little Indiana owner and Host of a little Indiana segment state-wide on PBS. Sometimes, she even sleeps. You'll usually find Jessica gallivanting around Indiana towns (population 15,000 and less) with her husband, Jeremy, and two boys (ages 9 and 5) in tow in search of where to stay, play and eat in small towns across the state! Small towns: destinations, not drive-thrus!

One comment

  1. My wife & I are paranormal investigators, and we were just there today (while the skies were dark, grey, drizzly, and drab. We were just driving by after I had just finished playing a show at the Cornerstone church on 267 (I am a bluegrass musician too). So, like you we both got out of the car and walked around for several minutes. I kind of got the feeling that we were being watched but that was about it. We were thinking about investigating it n the future, but decided against it because of the close proximity to 267. A very interesting place to visit though, we loved it! There is another pre civil war era cemetery in Brownsburg, called “Lingemans” Google it. It had a lot of spirits who were willing to talk with our team a couple of months ago on a late Friday night. Anyway, I’m glad you wrote something about Sambo cemetery, thank you for taking that time to do so. Good day!

    Sincerely,
    W. Wyatt

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