This mostly forgotten cemetery is up in the hills above Paso Robles, nestled amonst the wine vineyards. It's a very quiet location with very little noise from cars (although the occasional plane flew over). When you park at the bottom of the cemetery, you would think there's hardly anything there. You have to actually hike up a hill, where all the older graves are hidden. This is a great investigation due to the quiet and no other people around. It's very much like any other historic graveyard with its missing graves and vandalism, but overall, it's held up pretty well. A bunch of deer even ran by during our investigation.
As with most cemeteries, there's just no personal experiences. We always go when they are open (daylight hours), so it feels more peaceful than creepy. There was no detectable EMF activity. We did get a lot of faint whispers, though. The bad thing about recording outdoors is sound from planes, birds, wind (even with a wind screen), and other ambient sounds. There was also a very loud cow that would constantly "Moo". I feel like this would be a great place to re-visit on a more calm day, or perhaps in the summer, when the spirits can get more energy from the air. It seems as though they were talking to us, and each other, but most things were too faint to make out.