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WALKER CEMETERY, FAYETTEVILLE, AR

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Walker Cemetery - Rating: Green
 
The Walker Cemetery in Fayetteville, AR is connected to the Fayetteville Confederate Cemetery.  The Walker House is the house where the famous ghost story of the burning bride  of "Ghost Hollow" (Judge Walker's daughter) occurred.  The Walker family is buried in the family cemetery, with the exception of the burning bride, who is buried in Ft. Smith.
 
We spent a COLD December evening at the cemetery recently.  I think the weather was even to cold for the spirits to come play.  Our results were pretty lacking, with cold spots being hard to pick up considering the weather and wind.  Our EMF picked up very little, and the wind made our E.V.P. difficult to listen to.
 
We would like to plan to revisit one day when weather conditions are slightly more forgiving, as our first visit didn't turn up much.