Guys, the cemetery wasn't moved, the railroad tracks pre-date it, and my brother and I used to roll our tonka trucks, and ride our bigwheels down "The Evil Bypass" while it was still under construction. The cemetery is where its always been, they ran the bypass beside it in the mid to late 70's. I can still remember when they opened Golf n Games, (aka, the demonic church) it was the most awesome thing in my life at the time and I wish I had all the money back I spent there. For those of you who have trecked to the now famous spot I'm sure you noticed the small dirt road that runs beside it, (it goes to charles street, aka my hood) my uncle and his family lived in a trailer right across from the g n g parking lot. Not only did I stay in that trailer with my cousin (and never heard any screams) sometimes, me and my brother camped in the graveyard, sometimes together and sometimes alone and were never bothered by apparitions. I've slept in the concrete structure and had some of the best bb gun wars of my life in there. Went on my first snipe hunting expedition as well.
Back in the day, "The Old Dollar Theater" was THE theater in Humble. Before there was only the Jewel theater on mainstreet which burned down and now, only the sign remains as our own little historical marker. (theres a park where the theater was) The dollar theater was the amc 6, and the cruising spot for every sixteen to 20 y/o within miles. The Pancho's was Web's Liqour (where I got Earl Campbel's autograph, luv ya blue lol) and on down the sidewalk across the alley, we had a well beaten path through the weeds on both sides of the tracks to Golf n Games. They were the only hang out spots for kids, so we went back and forth like ants. No ghosts, no demons, no nothing. (I am a believer) but You're barking up the wrong tree. The reason I can tell you this (and this is funny) is because the stories I'm reading about are all variations of stories my older brother and his friends made up to scare me, then I embelished on and told to my younger brother to scare him and his friends. I don't know when people started throwing in the movie theater and golf n games, I still know people that worked there, and it's laughable. What's really laughable is that people are blaming the demise of the strip center on ghosts and demons, sorry guy's, it was development, it all started going down hill when Deerbrook mall hit the scene, at the same time, business went corporate rather than local, Highway 59 widened and the new investors went up and down it and the new 1960 bypass surrounding the mall, ie....Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Discount Tire, Home Depot, Bed Bath and Beyond, Chili's, the list goes on and on. I know this is boring, but sometimes I guess the truth is. As I said before, I am a believer, but the stories aren't true.
If anyone is interested, I can tell you about the "little girl" that someone in an earlier post said was killed there. She wasn't killed there she was dumped there and is the only true horrific story I know of about the cemetery, and I will only talk about it with respect as she was a friend of mine. I'm not trying to say anyone is not telling the truth about their experiences, but the mind can play tricks on people that are ready to believe, especially people walking in a wooded cemetery at night.
I'm willing to answer any questions anyone might have about the cemetery or any other place in Humble, I'm not trying to upset anyone, I think it's cool that its turned into this.