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Bachelor's Grove Cemetery
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Bachelor's Grove Cemetery is well known by reputation in Chicagoland – the nearby pond was a favorite area for Al Capone’s gang to dump bodies.  There have been hundreds of ghost sightings in the area, making it one of the most haunted places in the USA.  The cemetery has not been used in decades, had been vandalized many times, and is often closed to visitors.

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