Bloody Tomb of Nina Craigmiles

Bloody Tomb of Nina Craigmiles
320 Broad Avenue
Cleveland, Tennessee
submitted by: “Road Runner” (Bill)

In 1871, a young girl named Nina Craigmiles, the child of a prominent Cleveland family, was killed in a buggy accident. Shortly after her death, her parents had a white marble crypt constructed in the churchyard of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. After the crypt had been completed – pinkish red stains materialized on the white marble. According to legend, locals tried scrubbing the stains away and even replaced some of the white marble stones … but the stains continued to reappear. Are the “bloodstains” chemical reactions in the marble or is Nina’s spirit responsible? {cue eerie music}
 


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3 Responses to “Bloody Tomb of Nina Craigmiles”

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  2. Robert Mcdowell says:

    Dear Friends,
    Does anyone Know of a photo or Painting of Nina Craigmiles


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