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Witch's grave - Katy,Texas

There is a cemetery in old town Katy that is over 150 years old where a supposed witch is buried. On top her tombstone is a giant solid granite/marble sphere weighing around 200 lbs. If you read the inscription on the tomb stone and look away, when you look back the sphere would have fallen out of place.Some reports say they have seen the sphere float and glow before it falls to the ground. Katy police have removed the sphere in hopes to keep kids away. It is also rumored if you read the inscription you will have bad luck the rest of your life.

8 comments:

Cyndi said...

THIS IS NOT TRUE!!!!!!!!! I have lived in Katy, Texas for many, many years and know many families who have family members buried in the cemetery you are referring to. It is horrible what you are saying about someone's deceased loved one. SHE WAS NOT A WITCH and to say so is a horrible, mean, cruel lie! How would you feel if it was one of your family members! Shame on you for putting this out on the internet!!!!

You did not bother to check the validity of the information. Katy Police Dept. did not remove the ball and they do not have such a ball now.

Sabrina said...

I was told the ball was taken by some kids a long time ago. As kids ourselves, we went out there on Friday the 13th at midnight and spooked ourselves silly! We were around that tombstone as it is an old tale... the wind picked up from dead to heavy. The bushes started shaking, a black cat ran out and bats swarmed out of the bushes. Boy we high tailed it out of there!

SherrieLee said...

I've lived in Katy my whole life and also have family buried in that cemetery. but really, it's just a fun story for the kids of Katy. Every town has little scary folk tales like that. and as far as Cyndi has said about her not being a witch, well obviously. but the person buried there seemed to want to spook people from beyond the grave if they choose that inscription. so i don't find it disrespectful, i think it's fun and harmless.

Kat Olazaran said...

shut up Cyndi, that shit's scary. She shouldn't have chosen such a scary ass epitaph if she didn't want people confusing her for a witch. To those who don't know... The damn obelesk type tomb did in fact hold a sphere that is now at the Katy Heritage Museum and her epitaph read, "Remember me as you pass by, how you are now so once was I, How I am now you soon shall be, Prepare for death and follow me". I, personally, have ALWAYS gotten EVPs at Magnolia Cemetary, and I have lived in Katy and have had generation after generation who have lived in Katy... Cyndi must be from Taylor, bwahahahahaha!! Get over it girl, its gunna be the Witch's grave FOREVER!!

Anonymous said...

could someone tell me where i can find some real evil haunted places here in austin tx ?

John Jeong said...

Katy is a city located in Harris, Fort Bend and Waller Counties in the U.S. state of Texas

Anonymous said...

Chill out. Do u known actually who the person is? No. Do you know every single person buried there? No. And I have lived in Katy a lot longer and family goes back a ways in Katy and have heard this story way from grandfather and dad. And they aren't liars. And now get ur facts straight. And get a life....

Anonymous said...

This is true. My Dad is a Katy police officer and he says they did remove the sphere from the tomb. One of my friends, brothers, friends, mom had read the inscription when the ball was still there and after she had terrible bad luck. She actually died in a car accident. I am not saying that the witch is real I am just saying it is true they removed the sphere because of the kids.

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