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Stepp Cemetery

Elletsville, Indiana

In this cemetery, only accessible by foot, around midnight, an apparition of a lady appears on a rock that resembles a chair. On Halloween, many cult groups venture to this place to conduct ceremonies.

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jamie says:

October 21, 2005, 7:15 pm

Apparently this is true. The cemetery is in Mooresville and it is not a rock that you see the woman on it is a tree stump. Going there tonight with some friends, will report back later.

brandy says:

December 1, 2005, 8:26 am

i was there but before midnight i seen an apperation of a girl-woman.but the graveyard isnt the same

angel says:

August 9, 2006, 2:34 pm

ello

Factiod says:

August 14, 2006, 10:48 am

many cult groups….lmfao

Andrea says:

August 25, 2006, 3:10 pm

Geez, your all wrong…
Yeah, it’s a stump, not a rock…
It’s not in Elletsville and definately not in Mooresville… It’s in the Morgan/Monroe forest, off of hwy.37… You turn into the forest between Bloomington and Martinsville.
I’m not sure what “town” it would be considered in, but it’s close to a little town called Hindustan.

Jason Kirby says:

September 18, 2006, 3:38 pm

Tell me did any of you dare to walk closer to the spirit, if you did you would be able to tell m of the dogs ghost.

Jessica says:

September 19, 2006, 11:15 pm

Yea i think you all are out your minds i have been there 3 times an once on halloween an i havent seen anything!!!

Nikki says:

October 14, 2006, 1:25 pm

I went to this last weekend, but I was there before midnight and it is not a rock, it’s a stump by a tree.We tried to look for the trail that you have to go back to where the lady comes out from, but we could not see the trail. So if you are planning on going there, I would take a flashlight if I were you.

Joe Folley says:

October 19, 2006, 9:57 am

I went to stepp cemetary with two of my friends and only I returned!D!!!!!!!!! but we did drink a lot so they may still be pucking on the STUMP bye bye now . beware of the flying bats with wings

Ishmale Azukowi says:

October 19, 2006, 10:02 am

I went to the step cemetery last halloween and had sex oon that stump…. my lover never left with me! of course we had been drining wine out of dixie cups so i could just be intoxicated but be careful and beware of the BILLY GOATS!!!!!!!!!!! wear protection!

erin says:

October 22, 2006, 10:37 pm

Hello, I have been looking forever for this cemetary.
I would greatly appreciate if someone could give me exact directions to it!!! I would love to take my gang out to see.. Maybe we can swap, I have some really great haunted places for you! Thanks

Amanda says:

October 26, 2006, 11:59 am

I am with the girl above me and we have looked everywhere and we cant find it, we are goin to try to find it halloweem night so we would really directions!!! we would be very happy,,,,,,,,,,,

Jason says:

October 28, 2006, 12:14 pm

If you are headed north on highway 37, between Bloomington and Martinsville watch for Morgan/Monroe State forest sign on the right. Turn right, go to stop sign, turn right. Entrance to Morgan/Monroe State Forest will be on left, turn left at entrance. I’m not exactly sure on how far, but go a little ways and cemetery is on the left. Cemetery isn’t labeled. There is a large wooden gate at entrance between two large stone posts I believe. Cemetery is either just before a shelter house on the right or just after it, I can’t remember for sure. Hope this helps you.

Silverwolf says:

October 28, 2006, 7:19 pm

I’m going to this place on halloween and I’m hoping to experience some activity. I’ve always been very perceptive of spirits and if there is anything there I will know. I’ll be sure to post my findings.
Blessed Be….

Jon says:

October 30, 2006, 5:47 pm

HERE ARE FUNCTIONAL DIRECTIONS and some comments about the graveyard and what to look for (it’s a really neat place, no matter what stories you do or don’t buy):

Go north on Walnut Street out of Bloomington. As you start leaving town (i.e. you’ve gone past the bowling alley and are getting out into nothingness), you’ll reach an intersection of Old 37. Turn right onto it.

Take Old 37 for 5-7 miles until you see Anderson Road on the right side. Then take Anderson for about 4 or 5 miles (again, a guestimate) until you start passing a big cornfield on the right side, and then you see a farm house. Be careful. There’s an old gravel road that goes off to the left shortly before it, and you’ll be tempted to believe that it’s the right one because it’s a spooky drive (I turned), but THAT’S NOT IT. You’ll want to go maybe half a mile further and turn left (90 degrees) on a nice newly paved road (recently paved it). It’s technically Bean Blossom Road, but it’s not marked at that intersection, so you just have to guess and cross your fingers. There aren’t many roads on the left at that point, though, so you’ll probably get it right.

So anyway, follow that road (Bean Blossom) until it dead ends into the National Forest Road. Turn left, and then immediately start looking for the entrance to the cemetery’s trail on the right side: no more than a tenth of a mile. You’ll recognize it by a short stone wall – in fact, the word ‘Stepp’ is chalked on it, with an arrow pointing back… there is also a lot of graffiti on the wall.

Anyway, so just follow that path back (it’s dark, so bring a flashlight for safety) for about a hundred meters maybe, and you’ll run right into a stone cemetery sign and you can explore the rather small cemetery.

NOTE: The cemetery stretches out back and to the left, mostly (just so you can stay oriented when you get there).

ALSO NOTE: Despite that fact that it’s unfortunately often a little trashed from partying, this is actually a really neat little cemetery, and I personally got a very calm, relaxed feeling once I was there (though I’ll admit walking up and back on the path was a little spooky). It also has some really interesting gravestones. First of all (and most importantly if you’re going for the spook factor), there’s a stone marked ‘Baby Lester’ in the back of the cemetery (all the way to the back left of where you come in). It’s a flat stone laid right into the ground. There’s also a grave with Russian on it, as well as a fairly recent one of who I think was an IU physics professor: it says “Never at Rest” (a particle physics reference, but also a little spooky, if you ask me).

Sarah says:

November 2, 2006, 12:40 pm

Hello all, I visited Stepp last night with my mother, sister, and boyfriend and we didn’t see any woman, but we did capture a few orbs on camera. It was a little creepy. I have been there a few times before though. Have fun with it people!

Amanda says:

November 3, 2006, 12:38 pm

Thank you for them directions and were goin tonite so c-yah!!!

Amanda says:

November 9, 2006, 12:32 pm

Yeah i went and I really felt safe there it was nice, but there were these guys there that were ghost hunters they were pretty cool oh and jon thank u for them directions we made it there without any problem. thanks if anyone has anymore haunted places e-mail me, volleyballgirl242004@yahoo.com

megan says:

September 11, 2007, 2:36 pm

hey,
I’ve been there on halloween and on a sunday and me and my friends saw absolutly nothing!!
but my friend said she felt her hair moving and it was a windless day.

Michelle says:

September 29, 2007, 11:58 pm

yea, umm.. stepp cemetary isnt haunted by the lady on the stump at all. The lady thats sits on the stump was my grandmother. Her name was Olethia Walls, but back then it was lester. When all these storys about stepp cemetary came out she was still alive. The grave thats right by the stump is my uncle who was born still born. They call him baby Lester. As a matter of fact, if you go look up some of Martinsville times’s news paper reports on this, you’ll read that people have called in befor reporting that at the time of these tall tales my grandmother was still alive. Oh, an I really appreciate the person who had sex on the stump next to my uncle’s grave site. Another part to this story is how the stump got to look like it does. If you look at the stump it kinda looks like a tree, right? Well my grandmother an one of my uncle’s were jokeing about how it would be funny if it looked like a chair. One nite he got drunk an cut it into a shape of a chair. So I just figured I’d inlightin all of you a little bit.

Twon says:

October 24, 2007, 7:59 pm

I went to stepp and had to take a huge dump so I decided to take a **** on baby lester…Sorry!

Denise says:

January 7, 2008, 1:23 am

Stepp Cemetery is located diognal from a small park in Monroe Forestry. I used to stay at Lake Lemon with my parents. I had friends who used to go all the time, they heard a lady screaming and they took off. I went during te day and took a bunch of pics, but nothing showed up. I sat on the stump also, and supposely the urban ledgend is you die the 1 year anniversary of that date. Still alive…that was 5 yrs. ago. Very intresting place to check out. Planning on going again!

sarah says:

March 22, 2008, 7:06 pm

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Jerry says:

May 2, 2008, 9:23 am

There is no way michelle’s uncle could be Baby Lester grave and the stump are too far apart. As a ghost hunter I’ve been to Stepp Cemetery on Hallows Eve the past three years in a row. The woman spirit can be seen. You can also see a young girl here too. If you want to get shocked, I would suggest you bring two candles. Place one on the stump and one Baby Lesters gravestone. Wait for the woman to appear on the stump then cross between the candles. Then you may believe in spirits.

As far having sex in the cemetery be careful the forest ranger is aware of stepp cemetery. Last year while visiting on hallows eve, we were asked to leave the park at 11pm. He kept his distance within the cemetery than made himself known when it was time to leave. He does have night vision equipment so be careful how you conduct yourself in the cemetery.

There is also another cool cemetery not far from Stepp, if you travel past Stepp until the paved road ends, you will see a gate. Turn right. Go to the first road to your left (this road is Gose Rd). Go just a tad past two miles, look to your right. You’re looking for an area that is roped off between two trees, (we used to be able drive down to it). Park your car, it not far walk but you can not see it from the road at night.

If you go past Gose Rd, and follow the road to the bottom, you will find another little catholic cemetery to your left. This road will T into Lower Gap Rd. If you turn left it will T into mahallsiville rd. If you turn left again you will end up back in Martinsville, south of the Walmart.

Jerry says:

May 2, 2008, 9:25 am

There is no way michelle’s uncle could be Baby Lester the grave and the stump are too far apart. As a ghost hunter I’ve been to Stepp Cemetery on Hallows Eve the past three years in a row. The woman spirit can be seen. You can also see a young girl here too. If you want to get shocked, I would suggest you bring two candles. Place one on the stump and one Baby Lesters gravestone. Wait for the woman to appear on the stump then cross between the candles. Then you may believe in spirits.

As far having sex in the cemetery be careful the forest ranger is aware of stepp cemetery. Last year while visiting on hallows eve, we were asked to leave the park at 11pm. He kept his distance within the cemetery than made himself known when it was time to leave. He does have night vision equipment so be careful how you conduct yourself in the cemetery.

There is also another cool cemetery not far from Stepp, if you travel past Stepp until the paved road ends, you will see a gate. Turn right. Go to the first road to your left (this road is Gose Rd). Go just a tad past two miles, look to your right. You’re looking for an area that is roped off between two trees, (we used to be able drive down to it). Park your car, it not far walk but you can not see it from the road at night.

If you go past Gose Rd, and follow the road to the bottom, you will find another little catholic cemetery to your left. This road will T into Lower Gap Rd. If you turn left it will T into mahallsiville rd. If you turn left again you will end up back in Martinsville, south of the Walmart.

Jerry says:

May 2, 2008, 10:31 am

There is no way michelle’s uncle could be Baby Lester, the grave and the stump are too far apart. As a ghost hunter I’ve been to Stepp Cemetery on Hallows Eve the past three years in a row. The woman spirit can be seen. You can also see a young girl here too. If you want to get shocked, I would suggest you bring two candles. Place one on the stump and one Baby Lesters gravestone. Wait for the woman to appear on the stump then cross between the candles. Then you may believe in spirits.

Also there was an Olethia Walls, that died Jan 15, 2007 at the age of 85 but her nick was â??Tootsâ?. The Stepp Cemetery fame has been going on long before this. Stepp Cemetery has been around since the 1800â??s. Baby Lester died in 1937. Stories also suggest the mother of Baby Lester died a few years later. Stories of the woman in black have been around since the 1950â??s. If you want to see a fairly good representation of Stepp Cemetery visit, http://www.darkdarling.com/stepp.html

As far having sex in the cemetery be careful the forest ranger is aware of stepp cemetery. Last year while visiting on hallows eve, we were asked to leave the park at 11pm. He kept his distance within the cemetery than made himself known when it was time to leave. He does have night vision equipment so be careful how you conduct yourself in the cemetery.

There is also another cool cemetery not far from Stepp, if you travel past Stepp until the paved road ends, you will see a gate. Turn right. Go to the first road to your left (this road is Gose Rd). Go just a tad past two miles, look to your right. You’re looking for an area that is roped off between two trees, (we used to be able drive down to it). Park your car, it not far walk but you can not see it from the road at night.

If you go past Gose Rd, and follow the road to the bottom, you will find another little catholic cemetery to your left. This road will T into Lower Gap Rd. If you turn left it will T into mahallsiville rd. If you turn left again you will end up back in Martinsville, south of the Walmart.

Kelly says:

July 3, 2008, 6:30 pm

I have been to the grave yard a couple of times. I never have seen anything with my own two eyes. I did take alot of pictures. The only thing that shows up is orbs. The best orb that I caught is one that is shaped like a six point star. It was kinda creepy, but is really fascinating.

J Arthur says:

July 28, 2008, 12:04 am

I will not go back to stepp. been there several times, everytime seeing something different. Shadows in the wood west of the cemetary, red eyes and growls, cackling. the stone the says Never At Rest had maggots, beetles and centipedes crawling all over it. the first time i went there a girl was going Nuts pushing people trying to fight everyone. her freinds said she never acted like that before. On a separate occasion me and some freinds went and decided to light a candle on the Stepp Cemetary stone. The flame got about 2 inches high in the are and started to swirl. The wind wasnt blowing. when we blew the candle out it made a sizzling sound. About half way down the trail we stop and look behind us. Fog had completly covered the cemetary. Got back to the car and looks back again and the fog was coming down the trail.
Most people dont know but if you drive down the road the is a pull off to the right. down the hill is a cabin where a family was murdered by a group od indians. You can actually rent this cabin. I havnt and wont due to the fact the this place give me the creeps. For all these people saying they havnt seen anything. You got to actually pay attention and know wats goin on around you. THIS PLACE IS EVIL.

stephanie says:

September 3, 2008, 8:04 pm

First and foremost, that is not the whole story. Secondly, the actual stump was removed. all that remains (and that is mistaken for the stump) is a tree that was cut down. It has become a local hang out for the high school kiddies that like to hide in the woods and make noises. I have been out there a dozen times in the last 11 or so years cleaning up the tombstones that the little jerks knock over. I had one experience out there the very 1st time i went and i think it was just because it was my 1st time. It is a cool place to check out but the only thing spooky is all the freaks you end up running into out there.

Aldyth says:

September 22, 2008, 12:29 am

I went there a few times in high school, but we weren’t disrespectful little jerks though ;). On Baby Lester’s grave there was a dollar and some change left on it (we did not even touch that). I’ve been told (and have read similar things) that this is what some people do after they summon a spirit as a way to “repay them”. We didn’t see or hear anything but it’s very creepy, even in the daytime.

As far as the cabin, that’s completely boarded up. I worked with a guy who’s wife went to high school down there, and she said that they went there before it was boarded up and there were animals mutilated and nailed to the walls. I don’t know (and doubt) that’s true though.

I’ve heard that there’s a satanic church in the woods around Mooresville somewhere, and cloaked men have been seen walking around and dobermen’s running around on their back legs. Any truth to that? We tried to find it once (in the afternoon) and ended up in some cul-de-sack street. We drove to the end to turn around, and as we did, all the people started coming out of their houses and looking at us. A group of dogs all of a sudden surrounded the car and chased us. When we finally got turned around and were heading out, I saw a man come out of his house with a shotgun. And all the houses had lit up stars on the front of their houses in some way and it was nowhere near Christmas. Weird satanic cult or angry hillbillies?

Kristin says:

September 27, 2008, 11:25 pm

So i just got back from Stepp and it was amazing! I had lots of fun and saw some pretty CREEPY things!!!! I persomanlly hate the people who are destroying these peoples’ homes! *gah* i hate them!

flea says:

October 10, 2008, 10:58 pm

Heading out there now.. we’re bringing candles and a camera.. Ill let ya know what we see!!!

Sterlingbond says:

October 20, 2008, 2:21 am

Went to Stepp Cemetery with two friends last night( Oct. 18th). One friend i was with, who is sensitive to the perception of spirits, etc., said she saw a demon face emerge from a tree behind myself and my other friend. Apparently it didn’t like us reading the headstones near that tree. Also, we hovered our hands closely around the stump and, even though it was only 45 degrees fahrenhite outside, the stump felt warm. Also, as we were leaving the grounds, i was shining my light in front of me and i swear i saw a pair of legs dressed in old brown trousers walking towards me for a split second.

Side note: I am amazed at how little respect some people have for the dead. It hurts me deeply to see vandalism and garbage strewn in a cemetery.

The7thcrow says:

October 28, 2008, 4:36 am

i have been to stepp a few times and belive me it all is true my friend has a pic that we took with him sitting on the stump when we developed the pics theres a smokey figure of a woman holding a baby sitting with him the noises are true you can hear animals and walking in surounding woods and as far a cameras and flashlights go it is a 50/50 chance that theyll work everything went dead on us a couple times even our cell phones new batteries and all i plan on going back as i do once a year it is a calm relaxing place…. next time you go be respectful some of us enjoy this place and would like to keep going!!!!!!

Brandy says:

October 31, 2008, 7:30 pm

I do my own investigations on different places. I get a lot of progress with it surprisingly. On Stepp Cemetery…..I have 1 photo of a full grown head to toe man with a bright red and striped sweater, I have 1 photo of a young woman’s head with details of the hair and ribbons in it. Quite a few photos of streams of light coming from some graves, and and evp that is quite clear and is a man telling me “Don’t go, sit down”. Very interesting place! And definetly got a welcoming feeling there.

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January 23, 2009, 2:41 am

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jimmy says:

April 14, 2009, 1:27 pm

thanks for everything seen nothing

matt farris says:

May 1, 2009, 8:18 pm

to jason kirby –> yes seeing as how i have been out there multiple times and even walked to the cabin yes i can tell you about the dogs (yes plural. there are three of them). they are black dags and members of the family that roams the woods there. there is the father who is in a tuxedo with a black top hat, the young daughter in the white dress, and i have yet to get a clear view of the mother. everytime i turn to look at her, when i do see her, she darts off so you cant get a clear look. another place to check out is the owen county asylum. have fun there if you dont get the creeps and leave in the first 15-20 minutes. (it is a very creepy place. take lots of pictures of the cells, because youll find something everytime in the cells and in damn near every window on the building.)

Cindy says:

June 20, 2009, 7:28 pm

I have quite a lot to say, so bear with me. My sister Laura and I were taken to visit Stepp Cemetary six days ago by my cousin Brian, a frequent visitor. He has amazing photo’s and experiences! I have always believed in the afterlife, but have never had proof. I do NOW! The three of us are very respectful of the dead. We picked up trash left by those with No respect! It was around 9:00 or 9;30pm, I had been walking around snapping pics, asking the spirits to please let me experience their existence. It was getting very hard to make out anything in the dark. The ghostly shape of a man suddenly appeared 10 feet in front of me. He was solid white with a blurry outline, very tall, wide shoulders. His feet were apart, each arm raised from his sides in a peculiar manner. He was staring into my eyes with his very black ones. There were no other facial features visible.I very shakily called out, “PLEASE tell me you see that!” to my companions, who both said, “What! Where!”. They saw nothing. I smiled at the apparition and said “Thank You”. He disappeared. A few words of advice; show respect! If you seriously want to experience something awesome that will change your life, take your partying elsewhere! Do not trash their home!! Be friendly. Be nice. You can THINK your thoughts and wishes. They’ll hear you. Please. It’s and experience that will change you forever!

David II says:

August 18, 2009, 9:53 am

I went 2 Stepp Cemetary (Martinsville Indiana) & I was totally fascinated by this place, was daytime, had absolutely no experiences, but there was this one grave that had 2 be super old and it was like it was a freshly dugged area. No grass growing on it whatsoever (unlike the other graves)….very eerie yet very interesting. Go check it out !!! “GL on your findings”

BigRed says:

August 21, 2009, 3:18 pm

There is some really wierd things that happen there. In all the times that I have been there I have never seen a female ghost.

BigRed says:

August 21, 2009, 3:23 pm

Matt Farris you are crazy, I have been there many times late until the morning and I have never repeat never seen a grave move in any shape or form. I think you need to go get checked out. You need help

Cindy says:

August 27, 2009, 4:40 am

Big Red, I totally agree with you. Matt Farris definitely needs help!! It would also be to his advantage to lay off the halucinogen’s! I feel honored being allowed to see what appeared to me, a wonderful, compassionate spirit who gave me proof of life eternal. Some people will probably think I also need a shrink, but I’m happy to say I’m better than fine! I have the proof I’ve needed all my life. I’m going back to Stepp in two weeks. I expect to be picking up trash there again, and I want to see if I can remove some of the graffiti. PLEASE, people! Show respect or stay home. By the way, the picnic/shelter area down the road has a very clean restroom. USE IT. The spirits residing at Stepp are compassionate souls. Be respectful, and you might just experience something as amazing as I did!!!!!

Alexandria says:

October 21, 2009, 6:24 pm

I just need help with directions to Stepp. My boyfriend and I really want to find a place to look for a haunting and we are very respectful of spirits. we know how to treat them. we care a lot so we want to go see if we can get some kind of general positive communication. anyone can help that’d be great. e-mail at cbmlinares@yahoo.com. thanks.

Niko says:

November 7, 2009, 3:30 pm

I visited this place with two friends a few years ago, we walk out to it and didnt see any thing unusual , but we herd foot steps out in the woods . as we were leaving I looked back to make sure no one was fallowing , and in the middle of the cemetery stood a burnt down house were we all were just standing . I figured I was just seeing things , but I looked over and we were all looking at this house, I asked, do you see that, the reply was oh yeah , and in the window of this house there was an figure and the curtains were blowing in the wind then a cloud then passed over, the moon light was covered, and when it returned the house was completely gone …. I was astonished to say the least

renee says:

January 7, 2010, 1:16 pm

actually its in bloomington, in the morgan monroe state forestry.

Sarah S. says:

May 24, 2010, 1:58 pm

I live just 20 minutes away from the cemetery in Bloomington. Its kind of hard to find, but once you find it, it’s a reaqlly fun place to go. The first time I went, I had a crowd with me. We heard things, but there were several people there, so you cant assume its paranormal. Behind the tombstones, there are paths that lead out into the woods, and I think going back through there was spookier than the actual cemetery. It’s a rather small place, but holds a huge tale. If you research the place, everyone has a different tale of who and how the spirits got there. Ive heard the stories of the lady weeping on the stump, but Ive heard its her daughter she cries for, and Ive also heard it was her husband. Ive heard it was named after a family (Stepp), and they’re the ones there. I also read that the land belonged to a family (once again, still speaking of Stepp), which the family separated and there was a fight between brothers over the land and they literally killed each other and are burried there. Whatever the truth may be, we will probably never know, but the tales are always fun to listen to, and the hopes of having an experience there in itself is an adrenaline rush. There are several other places close to home that are also fun to explore. In Ellettsville, there’s the Matthews Mansion, which the Matthews do still live there, but you can see figures in the windows, and “shadow people” roaming the outside of the home. IU has buildings known to be haunted, with all the suicides taken place on campus, and the story of the professor who got a student pregnant. He was afraid the public would find out then his wife and reputation would be destroyed, so he lured her down into the basement of a building, her being under the impression of another romantic encounter, drugged her and attempted an at-home abortion resulting in the death of both mother and unborn child. Whatever the truth may be, whatever your own beliefs are, a good ghost story is always fun to listen to, and if an encounter were to happen, it would just make it that much better!

indianastudent says:

October 3, 2010, 11:38 am

i just went to stepp cemetery. i orginally went there to take my girl snipe hunting, which i just learned about thru http://twitter.com/btownurbanmyths. so we went out their and was amazed what wat we found…toys and electronics on a grave and candle wax on what looked to be a burnt stump…after finding these we actually didn’t snipe hunt and just walked around. we later found other ppl were there…drunks i think they called themselves hashers…anyone know who hashers are? anyway they told us this place was haunted as we were leaving but thought it was a joke. when we got home we looked up stepp cemetery and wow…a lot of experience and the girl/mom story was fascinating. guess i should have read a little more about stepp cemetery on http://twitter.com/btownurbanmyths before just going. anyone have an pics or vids ?

paranormal believer says:

October 6, 2010, 12:21 am

i found some more information on stepp. check out these sites
http://bit.ly/cvZSit
http://btownurbanmyths.blogspot.com

Adam says:

October 8, 2010, 8:27 am

http://bit.ly/steppblog just found a video that i think you need to see! i see something atoun 1:08 but I am not sure what i see!

Ashley says:

March 30, 2011, 1:00 am

its in martinsville not moorseville!!

Debra says:

October 4, 2011, 3:18 pm

I don’t know much about this haunted place exept for what I read and it sounds like two hauntings have been combined into one. Apperations appear every where every day its just we don’t know their there until we see a shadow that isn’t ours or we get attackted by something we can’t even see. some apparations are nice and don’t want to harm you while others would love to see you suffer the same fate they did.

Dave says:

January 12, 2014, 6:34 pm

Stepp cemetary is not located in Ellettsville, it is located in Morgan Monroe state forest between Martinsville and Bloomington. There is a stump at the entrance of the cemetery in the shape of a chair where the ghostly lady sits. The stump chair is indestructible. It is a creepy place

Jay says:

May 29, 2015, 3:04 pm

I went there during college in 2010 or 2011. I was with 2 friends. We went there probably 8 times and nothing happened. On the last night we went, we sat at the edge of the cemetary, turned off our flashlights, and just waited in silence. We sat there from around 1 am to probably 2 or 2:30 am. A white, ghostly entity appeared on the stump and when my friends and I started to ask if we were all seeing the same thing, it turned and looked out way and its “hair” sort of flung in slow motion. It stood up, and we started sprinting as fast as we could to our car. When we were halfway down the path, you could hear her scream at the top of her lungs from within the cemetery. It was very real and very scary, but awesome.

Jay says:

May 29, 2015, 3:18 pm

Another weird thing that happened once: We went to visit Stepp again one night and when we got in there, there was a perfectly undug grave. It was fresh, with the dirt pile sitting next to it. We got freaked out because we knew it was a retired cemetery and that wasn’t normal. We left. The next day we came back during light hours to see what was going on and it was like it never happened. There was no grave undug, and no signs of it being reburied.

Zumi says:

July 4, 2016, 7:35 pm

Has anyone seen my cake? If not I coming!!

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