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Yet more evidence that all horror movie plots are inspired by everyday life in the most exciting state in the nation has been found. This time it’s a lost cemetery that has a community built on it.
Tampa, Florida –
Ground-penetrating radar has detected what appears to be more than 120 coffins under a well known public housing community named Robles Park. Anyone familiar with Tampa has heard about Robles Park. Some serious shit goes down there. Perhaps now we know the cause of it is the angry spirits that have been having their eternal sleep disturbed.
The remains appear to be part of the lost Zion Cemetery, Tampa’s first segregation-era burial ground, established in 1901 at the 3700 block of Florida Ave.
The 2 1/2-acre burial ground disappeared nearly 100 years ago when the land was divided up and sold for white developments, according to the Tampa Bay Times.