Yazoo City, Mississippi: Witch's GraveLocal witch said to have broken out of her tomb. Town not pleased. Smashed tombstone is helpfully engraved with the details.
- Potters Field Rd, Yazoo City, MS
- West of US Hwy 49 via Benton Rd, then left on Potters Field Rd. On the west end of Glenwood Cemetery, south side, about 100 feet from the road.
Visitor Tips and News About Witch's Grave
The Witch's Grave sign is missing, but found the grave quite easily. As you enter, veer right, then at the fountain again veer right. You will see a post with a flower on it. Walk about 20 feet straight ahead and you will come to the grave.[Lady Amanda, 04/12/2016]
The post with the flower [artificial, temporary] is where the sign used to be.
Disappointing. The marker was made in 1995 (and then smashed?) and the witch's name isn't listed anywhere. We walked around like fools for 15 minutes before seeing the clearly marked "Witches Grave" (sic) road sign.[J Maynard, 07/27/2014]
When entering the Glenwood Cemetery's main entrance, veer right, and a green sign on the left says "Witch's grave."[Sue, 05/28/2014]
Witch grave about 30 feet from the sign on the road pointing towards it.[Jared, 11/12/2012]
The grave of a legendary witch rests in a cemetery in Yazoo City. After being arrested and convicted of witchcraft, a woman swore revenge on Yazoo City as she was being executed. The townsfolk chained her casket shut and buried her deep in the ground, placing a stone slab on top of the grave. Days later, the town burned to the ground. Returning to the witch's grave, they found the slab split in two, and upon exhuming her casket, the chains broken.[Eric Bolstridge, 04/30/2010]