The Devils Mountain Cult, Milltown, IN
Posted by: Groundspeak Charter Member Web-ling
N 38° 21.030 W 086° 16.516
16S E 563325 N 4244953
Quick Description: Site of cult killings from 1969.
Location: Indiana, United States
Date Posted: 5/28/2012 11:08:56 AM
Waymark Code: WMEGN5
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member GEO*Trailblazer 1
Views: 6

Long Description:
Text taken from DevilsMountainCult.com:

The myths and legends concerning Devils Mountain Cult have been the source of horror writers novels as well as documentaries on "Devil Worship" in the USA and in the United Kingdom and as far away as Australia.

The first killings that happened at Devils Mountain on Halloween Night 1969 were most likely some of the most gruesome ever in the annals of American history. We cannot publish the names of those killed nor the manner in which they died due to privacy concerns and for the protection of the families still living locally in the area to this day. We do know that there were 9 victims in all the night of the first killings.

The sightings inside the Devils Mountain Quarry cave system are numerous and the place is known to be Haunted since around the time of the first killings.People have been said to have felt the presence of extreme Evil. People have seen Demonic apparitions appear in the mist and fog that sometimes sits at the mouths of the cave quarry openings. In the killing room and some of the rooms deep in the cave system other demonic spirits have been reported to have been seen as well as felt in terms of demonic presence.

The Devils Mountain site has been condemned ever since the first killings and there are No Trespassing signs posted at various locations. The only time that I went with my team of Ghosthunters we were forced to leave when we experienced multiple equipmment malfunctions and a general sense of just flat out eeriness and impending doom that I could not explain. We had travelled from Upstate New York to make a documentary about Devils Mountain but were forced to leave after a series of setbacks that i cannot write about on this website.


There is no need to enter the cave to claim this Waymark. Do not enter the quarry area, as it is private property.

My son Curly Tiger and I found this place while hunting the nearby geocache. We didn't see or sense anything out of the ordinary.

Public access?:
Do not enter the quarry or cross the "no trespassing" signs.


Visting hours:
24/7


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