'Haunted' Statue Head Mysteriously Returns After Being Stolen 20 Years Ago


The stolen head of a statue situated in a Canadian graveyard and said by some to be haunted has been mysteriously returned after it was taken by miscreants twenty years ago. According to a local media report, the marble monument was placed in Gray's Island Cemetery in the community of Hillsborough during the 1930s as a memorial for a young woman named Jennie Steeves, who died of tuberculosis in 1900. For the next several decades, the sizeable statue stood undisturbed at the site until around 1990 when modern-day members of the family noticed that people had begun defacing the piece. And, in an unfortunate turn of events, some ne'er-do-wells eventually managed to actually behead the monument.

More on this story at the Coast to Coast AM website.


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