AKA: Episcopal Cemetery, Lake View Cemetery, Patchogue Cemetery

George Washington dined at the tavern on April 22, 1790. The tavern building itself is long since gone. Only the cemetery remains. Many unusual graves and obelisks are here. This cemetery is one of the oldest in Western Suffolk County. Many graves date back to the 1600’s. Also, some of the most interesting and beautiful obelisk family markers are in this cemetery. There have been numerous though unconfirmed reports over the years of glowing ghostly figures seen moving through the field. The only confirmed encounter with a ghost at this cemetery is from another paranormal group based on Long Island. The story goes as they were investigating this site they felt some cold spots and thought they saw something by one of the tombstones. When they went over by the tombstone, they thought they saw a face in the stone looking at them! But when they called other people over to look it had  disappeared.

Observed Activity: No evidence of haunting or paranormal activity has yet been collected. Investigations continue.


 
Harts Tavern Cemetery

Harts Tavern Cemetery

Harts Tavern Cemetery

Harts Tavern Cemetery

Harts Tavern Cemetery

Harts Tavern Cemetery


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