The Garvin Memorial Cemetery located on Northwest Highway between Midway and Lemmon, in Dallas, Texas is the burial ground of several prominent Dallas pioneer residents. The original benefactor, James G. Garvin, donated the land to the public in April, 1897 for a "respectful burying ground". In 1868, the cemetery was founded by a Methodist minister, the Rev. W.H. Hughes. Here is a short video that has some really good information about this hidden secret. http://vimeo.com/1956525
One of our team members, John, told me about this creepy little cemetery. This cemetery is not visible from the street. It is really located in a really crazy place. You have to park in the apartment complex that sits on one of side of it and on the other is very upscale homes. A really strange place for a cemetery.
Anyway, John and I decided to go check it out! It was a little creepy. We did not have a lot of activity...some with the Ghost Meter Pro and several pictures of orbs but nothing to exciting. This place is definitely worth going and checking out. You know....this is the life of a ghost hunter. Sometimes you gets LOTS of activity and sometimes you don't. I will definitely be back to try and talk with the "residents" that time seems to have forgotten.