STATUS: Still standing
During the 1800s, three women were condemned for being witches were killed and buried in Dyer Cemetery. Now haunted, you can hear voices, be touched or grabbed with no source, and see odd lights. Many witnesses have said that spirits have touched their hands, faces, and arms with what felt like broom straw, all beneath the cedar tree at the main gate.
In addition, there have been red fire balls roughly the size of a soft ball that come out for no apparent reason. Reports of full body apparitions have come from the back of the cemetery. Most of the activity occurs during Spring and Fall.