|Abandoned building next to Hogtown Cemetery|
A local florist shop called around to find where it was, but to no avail. The funeral homes were closed, and the town offices were also closed. Then we stopped at a gas station, where the clerk stated he knew the EXACT location of this cemetery and gave directions.
Driving down this 7 mile stretch of road, there was a cemetery on every hilltop, about every half mile. We went to the end as the clerk told us, and took a right then a left, down a dirt road with trailers and houses on either side, we passed a home with one or 2 stones in it, and then we came to another fork. The left seemed to go up a hill to someone's drive way, and to the right another hill like Hogtown, except it wasn't paved, and it was more like 65-75% incline. I was not attempting to take my baby up that hill, so my daughter got out to walk up the hill as there was a flag pole at the top. As she got out we heard gun shots, not a good sign. I made her wear a bright pink jacket over her camo jacket so she wouldn't be mistaken for whatever some one was shooting at.
It was almost 5 pm and we decided to do more research to try and find the cemetery for another trip. It was dark by the time we left the Eastern mountains of Kentucky, but it was beautiful country and we cant wait to go back.
If anyone has info on this particular DAY cemetery in Morgan County, I'd love to get GPS coordinates or even some photos from the actual cemetery.