From the site You know you're from Taylorville, IL Facebook group. Post was posted by Steve Sparling. "Don't want to offend anyone but this is also a part of Christian County history. It was the 1920's and the Klu Klux Klan was active in Christian County and Taylorville. A journalist went underground and was amazed to … Continue reading Klu Klux Klan was active in Christian County and Taylorville
I received this through my email: Tracie, Dorothy, Henry, Dennis, and Lois Greenwald, as well as my myself witnessed some strange lights just north of Nokomis near the little "ghost town" of Wenonah in June, 1966. This was not a blinking satellite, funny non-aircraft type movements. This occurred west of the Nokomis Blacktop. We watched … Continue reading UFO Nokomis/Wenonah area.
Submitted by: Jonathan email@example.com "I did once live in a house that was used to nurse patients of a disease that was known as the white plague in Taylorville, it was burned down, then remodeled, it is now an apartment, and that place, I can assure you, is very haunted, I’ve seen people, heard voices, … Continue reading The “White Plague”
Anyway, I see the post you have on the Witch's Bridge near Anderson's Cemetery. I have a crazy story about that Bridge. I absolutely refuse to go anywhere near there again. Earlier this month, my cousin was up from Florida and we were talking about the paranormal and I decided to take him out to Anderson's. … Continue reading Palmer, IL from Megan
Taylorville, IL- Oak Hill Cemetery It is said that a tombstone which contains a sone ball , which weighs serveral hundred pounds, set in a granite base. It is said the stone had supposedly been sealed to its base. Mysteriously moves on its own. Source: Troy Taylor's Haunted Illinois Book It is rumored that you … Continue reading Taylorville, IL- Oak Hill Cemetery
Hewitville, IL Sent in by Dawn. Hello,I have been a Christian County resident for 30 years and live on the county side in Hewitville.My family has been involved in genelogical research and cemetary restoration for quite some time.Very few have been there,but one of the oldest cemetaries, in the state, is in Hewitville.Yes oldest.We have … Continue reading Hewitville, IL