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  • It's Rumored That The Cure Refused To Play In Kansas Because Of The Cemetery on Random Deatils about A Genuine Portal To Hell In This Rural Kansas Church

    (#12) It's Rumored That The Cure Refused To Play In Kansas Because Of The Cemetery

    It's rumored that English rock band, The Cure, refused to play in Kansas because of the cemetery. Roger O'Donnell, the band's keyboard player, dismissed the idea as hearsay. Stull's connection to rock doesn't end there, however; Slash, a guitarist for Guns N' Roses, was involved in the production of a horror film that takes place in Stull. The band Urge Overkill named an album and a song after the location.

  • The Pope Once Rerouted A Flight To Avoid Flying Over The Cemetery on Random Deatils about A Genuine Portal To Hell In This Rural Kansas Church

    (#7) The Pope Once Rerouted A Flight To Avoid Flying Over The Cemetery

    It's hard to tell which legends are true and false, but once the Vatican is involved, you know something is suspicious. Reportedly, Pope John Paul II declared Stull Cemetery evil in 1993 or 1995 (reports have conflicting information).

    Allegedly, the Pope was meant to make a public appearance in Colorado when he redirected his private flight to avoid the airspace above Stull because he refused to fly over unholy ground.

  • Ariana Grande Claims She Was Haunted After Visiting Stull Cemetery on Random Deatils about A Genuine Portal To Hell In This Rural Kansas Church

    (#6) Ariana Grande Claims She Was Haunted After Visiting Stull Cemetery

    Not every ghost story about Stull Cemetery is from an unnamed source. In fact, one of the world's biggest pop stars has seen the region's demons firsthand. Ariana Grande wound up visiting Stull Cemetery during a scheduled performance in Kansas City and spoke to Complex about the bizarre things that happened.

     I felt this sick, overwhelming feeling of negativity over the whole car and we smelled sulfur, which is the sign of a demon, and there was a fly in the car randomly, which is another sign of a demon. I was like, 'This is scary, let’s leave.' I rolled down the window before we left and said, 'We apologize. We didn’t mean to disrupt your peace.' Then I took a picture and there are three super distinct faces in the picture - they’re faces of textbook demons.

    Ariana didn't have the picture of proof because she deleted it after she tried to send it to her manager and got an error message saying "This file can't be sent, it's 666 megabytes." She had kept the image in a folder, but claimed weird and terrifying things kept happening to her. The weird things she described are frankly, pretty terrifying.

    I was going to sleep about two weeks ago. I had just gotten off the phone and as soon as I closed my eyes I heard this really loud rumble right by my head. When I opened my eyes it stopped immediately, but when I closed my eyes it started again with whispers. Every time I closed my eyes I started seeing these really disturbing images with, like, red shapes. Then I opened my eyes and got back on the phone and was like, 'I’m really scared and I don’t want to go to bed tonight.' And then I scooched over to the left side of my bed, because that’s where the best service is in my room, and there was this massive black matter. I don’t know what it was... It was like a cloud of something black next to me.

    Grande says she cried and watched it move in front of her bed before falling asleep on the phone. The next night, her friend Tyler spent the night and witnessed the same thing.

  • On Halloween 1999, Reporters Hoping To Disprove The Legend Were Mysteriously Sent Away Just Shy Of Midnight on Random Deatils about A Genuine Portal To Hell In This Rural Kansas Church

    (#8) On Halloween 1999, Reporters Hoping To Disprove The Legend Were Mysteriously Sent Away Just Shy Of Midnight

    Stull doesn't particularly enjoy being known for having a portal to Hell, which is why a group of local reporters tried to put the rumors to rest once and for all. On Halloween in 1999, reporters from Lawrence Journal World and Sunflower Cable Station Channel 6 went to Stull Cemetery hoping to prove that Satan wasn't going to actually show up.

    Roughly 30 minutes before the clock struck midnight, property owners sent them away, even though the reporters had received permission from the police to be there. Since then, it's been almost impossible to get permission to investigate the grounds, which has led some paranormal believers to think something is being hidden.

  • The Church Is In Topeka's 666 Zip Code, But That's Not The Only Thing That's Majorly Suspicious on Random Deatils about A Genuine Portal To Hell In This Rural Kansas Church

    (#4) The Church Is In Topeka's 666 Zip Code, But That's Not The Only Thing That's Majorly Suspicious

    It could be that a number of coincidences made Stull Cemetery the perfect storm for dark and devilish rumors, or the coincidences aren't coincidences at all. Either way, the property has a number of highly suspicious features. The old, burned-down church is in Topeka's 666 zip code - because, honestly, where else would Satan live? The road leading up to the cemetery was allegedly named Devil's Way until 1905. If we're to believe that Satan returns twice a year to visit his baby mama witch, then the nearby gravestone that reads "Wittich" (almost "witch") is a huge alarm.

  • Allegedly, The Devil Appears Twice A Year To Visit His Witch Lover And Their Child on Random Deatils about A Genuine Portal To Hell In This Rural Kansas Church

    (#3) Allegedly, The Devil Appears Twice A Year To Visit His Witch Lover And Their Child

    Before it was banned in 1988, hundreds of people would gather at Stull Cemetery to see the Devil rise from the depths of Hell. According to the legend, Satan returns to the cemetery twice a year (on Halloween and the Spring Equinox) to visit the witch who mothered his child. Unfortunately, Satan's kid only lived for a couple of days. He reportedly has a final resting place near his mama, and there have been reports of his werewolf-looking ghost walking around. All of this is a major headache to police: Satan, the ghost boy, and mostly, the people who show up and trash the place.

    In 1988, almost 500 people gathered at the cemetery waiting for a no-show Devil. They caused so much damage to the property that officers have patrolled the grounds on Halloween ever since. If you're hoping to catch a glimpse on All Hallows' Eve, prepare to get slapped with a $1,000 fine and six months in the clink. 

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Do hell and heaven really exist? Stull is a small toll located in Kansas, the genuine portal to hell is there. Since the 1970s, the town has been famous for its prevalence of demons. Many people claim that the gate is in the Stull Cemetery, while others claim it is in the rural Kansas church. Countless supernatural, haunted stories are spread everywhere, Stull attracts many explorers.

The church ruins and strange buildings in this small town make people more curious about it. Anyone who enters the cemetery without authorization will face a fine of $1,000, this is the reason why more young people want to visit. Welcome to check the relevant information about this place which are shown by this random tool.

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