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Oakwood Cemetery - Real Haunts in Huntsville TX

  • 9th St.
  • Huntsville, TX
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General Sam Houston is buried in this cemetery and it is also the home to a statue commonly called "Black Jesus." Legend says the bronze statue was erected over the grave of a five year old boy, and it soon turned deep black. No matter how much the statue was cleaned, its bronze color did not come back. It has been reported that even though the statue is posed with Jesus' hands palm up, at times during the night it can be seen with his palms facing down.
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  • Oakwood During the Day

    http://photo1.walgreens.com/walgreens/thumbnailshare/AlbumID=27950049004/a=10442689004_10442689004/otsc=SHR/otsi=SALBlink/COBRAND_NAME=walgreens/ some of these photos are from oakwood, where sam houston is buried. Others are from the steamboat house where he lived, died, and his funeral was held. Did i capture anything compelling? You tell ME!

    Posted 2/15/16

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