This horrific story of what may have been repeated vandalism attacks over a period of time at a small Ohio cemetery that has been circulating on Facebook in the last day or so, is now more publicly covered.
On January 3, 2020, Channel 4, an NBC Affiliate in Columbus, Ohio, offered further details including a link to the county sheriff’s office for submitting tips.
The Moonville Cemetery is quite small indeed.”
Although the Moonville Cemetery is located in a remote location in Ohio’s least populous county, it has attracted attention over the years for paranormal reasons.
From the websites:
“The Ghosts. The Legends. The Town.”:
“Vinton County Sheriff’s Office Captain Lydel Cain confirmed with NBC4 that the cemetery was vandalized.”
“It’s under investigation.
We have a little bit of information,
and we would like more.
We are trying to pin down
a certain area of time,” said Cain.
“Until we get more information
there is no police report.”
“Anyone with information is asked to call
the Vinton County Sheriff’s office at
We look forward to reading follow-up stories that bring news of the apprehension of those responsible for desecrating this early Ohio cemetery.
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