Cemetery is located in the small Kansas town of Stull. Inside the cemetery
stands a small abandoned church and a number of gravestones. Many creepy tales
surround this cemetery, which is said to be one of the seven gateways to hell.
An article written in 1974 claims that this cemetery is one of the two places
on the earth that the devil appears in person twice a year. In fact, it’s said
that the abandoned church is his gateway, with many locals claiming that even
though the roof has been missing for years, rain does not land inside. Shrouded
with tales of witchcraft, devil worship, and Satan himself, this cemetery is on the bucket list for most paranormal chasers. Is is even said that that
when Pope John Paul II was flying to Colorado in 1993, he had his pilot divert
around the cemetery because even the air surrounding Stull Cemetery is tainted by evil.
“British pilot rescued after Pacific action. June 1945, on board a carrier of the British Pacific Fleet operating against the Japanese. A British naval pilot who was shot down close inshore was rescued by a Supermarine Walrus amphibian aircraft which landed under the guns of Japanese coastal batteries, picked up the Avenger pilot and returned him to the deck of the carrier.”
B-17G Flying Fortress ‘Miss Donna Mae II’ hit by a 1000 lb bomb from a bomber above during a bomb run over Berlin, 19 May 1944. The left stabilizer was torn off and the plane was left in an uncontrollable spin. All 11 crewmen were killed.
“A Supermarine Walrus amphibious aircraft taxiing up to HMS Warspite after returning from a sweep in the Indian Ocean. A crew member is sitting on the top wing to the winch cable to the aircraft when it arrives alongside the battleship. An Illustrious-class aircraft carrier can be seen moored in the background. Alongside her is another vessel, possibly a hospital ship, and HMS Ludlow. A cruiser is moored aft of these vessels and a motor cutter is making its way from this group of ships towards the camera.”