The legends revolve around the Evangelical church, built in the Stull Cemetery in 1867. It is said that the church was built atop (or beside) a secret passage that led to Hell itself.
Next on our tour of abandoned amusement parks is Joyland in Wichita, Kansas. First founded in 1933 to display a miniature train, then moved locations in 1949 to the place it still stands today. In the early 1970s, the Ottaway family sold the park to Stanley and Margaret Nelson, who added the majority of the rides that still stand today.