Inside the “Stone Mountain” Cave of Horror!
The Cave of the Dead is a fascinating and eerie cave in the Great Salt Lake.
The cave is located in the northern part of the Salt Lake City region of Utah.
The “Stone Mount” is located at the top of the mountain and is believed to be where the souls of the deceased are sent to heaven.
According to legend, the stone masons were able to make this cave as large as the largest mountain in Utah and made the entrance into the cave.
In the 1800s, people from other areas of the world came to the area and were forced to leave their homes to enter the cave and eventually die.
There were also many graves that were left behind.
People were allowed to pray inside the cave until the cave closed.
Over the years, people have been digging into the rock to try and find their loved ones, which they believe are buried in the cave, but they have no luck.
One man died in the stone mountain cave in 1979.
After a long search, he was finally able to locate his loved one.
In 2008, a man named Keith W. Stoughton found his father’s remains and made an incredible discovery.
He found his brother’s grave inside the rock cave and then discovered the body of his father.
This discovery sparked a massive media sensation, which included the airing of a documentary on Discovery Channel titled, “Stone Cavern of Death.”
Keith Stoughson then became the subject of a TV documentary titled, The Lost Souls of Stone Mountain.
In 2011, he died from cancer.
He was 70 years old and had been battling cancer for many years.
Keith was one of the last people to be buried inside the stone cave.
He had been a regular visitor of the cave for many decades.
Keith had a wife and children who also lived in the Salt City area and would often visit the cave during the summer months.
During the 1980s, Keith’s family suffered some health problems, including cancer, and he passed away in 2004.
His wife, Karen, passed away at age 70.
In 2018, a monument was dedicated to Keith Stroughton.
In 2015, Keith was honored by the United States Army Corps of Engineers and the Utah State Parks Department for his service in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).
He was awarded the Medal of Honor, the Legion of Merit and the Bronze Star Medal.
In 2020, Keith Staughton was awarded a National Medal of Science.
In 2016, a statue of Keith was installed at the entrance to the cave in honor of Keith.
The statue depicts Keith standing with his arms folded.
The name of the rock and the inscription of the inscription on it were etched into the stone and are in addition to the names of the people buried inside.
There are a number of stories surrounding Keith Stougton’s death and the cave of death.
He is remembered as a hard-working, caring man who was known to take pride in his work and was known as a good listener and very generous.
Keith died at age 68.
He died from lung cancer.