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Small but thought provoking

It was sad to see how many children were buried here compared to the number of adults. Having... read more

Reviewed 29 May 2017
Joe L
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Phoenix, Arizona
"Fairly Well Preserved and Different Types of Burial Sites"

Went here on a road trip tryin to find ol' Ben Caswell of Thunder Mountain Gold. Interesting... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
Bill85210
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Mesa, Arizona
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2 May 2017
“"Fairly Well Preserved and Different Types of Burial Sites"”
11 Apr 2017
“Cemetary is def interesting.”
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Congress, AZ
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Reviewed 29 May 2017

It was sad to see how many children were buried here compared to the number of adults. Having antibiotics then could have saved many of these children.

Thank Joe L
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Went here on a road trip tryin to find ol' Ben Caswell of Thunder Mountain Gold. Interesting story...Google his name. The original Congress Ghost Town (what exists) is due North, you can see it from the cemetery (easy drive), is all fenced in but interesting...More

Thank Bill85210
Reviewed 11 April 2017

The ghost town of Congress has been bulldozed to the ground given its dangers. The cemetery is extraordinary! Many graves do not have marks just a circle of rock. For those interested in the paranormal this is the one cemetery I always get good readings...More

Thank DanaNizAsnatch
Reviewed 26 December 2015 via mobile

Not much information. Town is not a ghost town anymore. Cemetery is well maintained but not much to see and / or read. There are a few wood house along the road but nothing historically valuable .

Thank Rafael P
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Was told it was near a ghost town. The buildings I saw seemed to have been built in an attempt to look like it was the remains of the town called Nothing. I will not be going there again! The Mercantile is interesting as a...More

Thank ktdid2
Reviewed 14 September 2014

The Old Congress Pioneer Cemetary is a true leftover from the old days of the Wild West, as witnessed by the many graves with very young children, living in a rough area when life was a lot tougher than now. The cemetary is small, and...More

2  Thank Esty666
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