The Real Bachelor's Grove Cemetery - a documentary by Jimmy O'Connor will be coming out soon.
This film is about the Real Bachelor's Grove, the history, the stories, the legends that manifested from this location are forever burnt into the minds of the Chicago area. From the desecrations that took place along with the many ghosts and the souls of those departed.
Find out how it all came to be and what could be in it's future.
The film is Narrated by world renown paranormal investigator, researcher and author, Mr. Dale Kaczmarek with Edward Shanahan, Dr. Chuck Kennedy, Jason Sullivan. Film footage by: Karl Kochmann, Len Dorman and IPFeldspar. Music by Thomas Prislac Jr.
The film promo is included in this article.
Mr. Richard Crowe was the first individual talking about Bachelor's Grove Cemetery on the radio back in the very early 1970's and he was the individual to make the location known to the general public as a haunted cemetery. You can view Richard Crowe's video tour of Bachelor's Grove Cemetery here: The Ghosts of Chicago - Bachelors Grove Cemetery - Richard T Crowe.
Hidden away in the Cook County Forest Preserve, across the street from Rubio Woods, is a piece of land owned by Cook County Real Estate. Bachelor's Grove Cemetery is the most historic haunted cemetery in the Chicago land area, and most likely one of the most known in the world. Bachelor's Grove has even been host to The Travel Channel's very own Ghost Adventures. Their paranormal night in the cemetery was showcased on their television show.
In 2007, a newspaper article was written in the The Orland Park Prairie about the haunted Senator John Humphrey House and the paranormal night Edward Shanahan held there. The article discusses what went on that night at the Humphrey House, but also ties Mrs. Humphrey to possibly being the Madonna of Bachelor's Grove Cemetery.
The Orland Park Prairie newspaper article can be read here.
Even Ms. Humphrey is talked about as possibly being the Madonna of Bachelor's Grove Cemetery in a newspaper article as recent as 2013 and this time in the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper 'Southtown Star' article: Vickory: In search of the Madonna of Bachelor's Grove Cemetery. Also view the Chicago Sun-Times video that is included with that article.
A free online magazine called: Bachelor's Grove Cemetery Tribute is an ongoing added to magazine of articles, videos and web sites showcasing Bachelor's Grove Cemetery and can be found at: Bachelor's Grove Cemetery Tribute.