On State Road 3 off of Willow road is the old Batson cemetery. No one has been buried there since like the late 1960s. There is thirteen unmarked graves. As you count them there is thirteen and supposedly if you turn to count them backwards one grave vanishes. No one knows who is buried there. Some believe it is remnants of an old limestone walkway, The walkway can be proven with pictures at Huntington library taken of the cemetery in the early 1930's. Also at night when you drive by you can see one particular grave glowing at night. Some people have also witnessed an old ragged looking man who is supposed to be the caretaker of the cemetery. He is believed to be the caretaker of a blind school not some 100 ft from the cemetery that was tore down in past years do to deterioration. He would supposedly watch over the cemetery at night after the children were asleep.
Note: Cemetery is under high surveillance. Lot of cemetery mistreatment by individuals. No trespassing.
My neighbor's husband grew up near Batson and the 13 graves. It is actually closer to Montpelier (right across the Salamonie River) than Warren. If you walk the graves then go down to the river you will see a glowing orb slowly floating back and forth over the graves. My neighbor was driving the tractor home from planting one night and went by Batson, and the orb followed him quite a while, he now refuses to go back, and that has been at least 50 years ago. Other rumors about the graves is that they were a family killed by the plague, or in a stage coach crash. Also supposedly a little girl will be visible in the back seat of your car via the rear view mirror and she goes home with you. In the morning the back seat door will be open.