Haunted Bachelors Grove Cemetery – The true story free documentary here.

Haunted Bachelors Grove Cemetery – The true story free documentary here.
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by Edward Shanahan.

Haunted Bachelors Grove Cemetery is a location in the Chicago land area that has produced many tales.

The documentary below is:  The Real Bachelor’s Grove – a documentary by Jimmy O’Connor that was produced in 2014. Narrated by world renown paranormal investigator Mr. Dale Kaczmarek with Edward Shanahan, Dr. Chuck Kennedy, Jason Sullivan.

I was exploring Bachelors Grove Cemetery way back in 1974 at the age of 16. Dale Kaczmarek may have been exploring Bachelors Grove Cemetery before me, as he does have a couple years on me in the age category. We both have always lived within minutes of Bachelors Grove Cemetery and have experienced it back when it was just being discovered and becoming known for its haunted stories.

The person that made Bachelors Grove Cemetery (some spell it Bachelor’s), is Mr. Richard Crowe who has passed away. His name is legend and is basically the only name mentioned pertaining to the paranormal field in Chicago. The paranormal is usually discussed  at the psychic house parties that I do readings at, as the majority have come across either my articles or videos.

I hope you enjoy the documentary below and it is free.


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  • I don't live far from BG, and have been in and out of it and past it into the woods on the old Midlothian Turnkpike many times , and the scariest things I have run into there are flesh and blood morons who have had too many spirits to drink.

    I think my first walk into the woods was in the early 70's.

    I suppose for the more spiritually attuned there might be some vibe to catch. I am apparently a ghost-free zone, as even at night nothing raised up or appeared to give fright, except for the aforementioned live beasts.

    More interesting is the "ghost town" that sits at the terminus of the old Midlothian Turnkpike, hidden in plain sight along Oak Park Ave. Thousands drive past it each day and never know that a few yards back in the woods, not far from Jack Gibbon's Gardens, an old speakeasy and roadhouse, is the remains of a settlement that still appears now and then, ghost-like, on maps and GPS. It's now nominally a part of Oak Forest.

    This is the best time of year to see the remains of the town. Leaves are off the trees and there is not yet too much snow on the ground. That may change tomorrow.

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