Spooky Kansas Legend
Halloween is just around the corner and it's that time that urban legends come to light. Now is the time to watch a ton of horror movies or visit a haunted house or a ghost town. Now is the time to do something scary, tell ghost stories, or brush up on your knowledge of creepy legends.
There is one urban legend that might be the creepiest one in the state of Kansas. Stull, Kansas is the brunt of several rumors and legends but the most famous one is the claim that Stull Cemetery is one of the "Seven Gateways of Hell." It is rumored that two nights every year, a mysterious staircase appears in the cemetery, leading directly to Hell, and sometimes the Devil himself even appears in ghostly form at the top of the stairs. The nights that this happens are Halloween night and the Spring Equinox.
The locals will also claim that the cemetery is ground zero for a lot of demonic and ghostly activity. There will be strange bursts of wind or large objects such as vehicles will be picked up and moved.
To this day, the stories are still going around and it's a bad idea to visit the cemetery. There is no trespassing and the locals have no issue calling the police if you're caught hanging around there. If you want to visit, you have to get permission, but it might not be a good idea. The locals suggest you stay away.
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