(Not to be creepy in any way) But I love cemeterys I think they are beautiful. I like going there and reading a bit about each person and seeing if they are buried with their families. I just think its a wonderfully spiritual place my-love
Framingham Cemetery, Suffolk, England..in some cemeteries -not churchyards- common graves were opened for a week or so & received burials of unrelated people. They were typically sold on a shorter lease so often these could be cleared after 25, 50 or 75 years at the end of this time the headstones were taken off the plot & placed elsewhere.
Unknown Artist, Graveyard, Sculpture Above Grave, early 20th c. Graveyard is a sculptural installation in a public cemetery. Urban legend dictates that it is made for a family that was poisoned during dinner. In each chair the name of the family member that was seated in it, is written. On view at: Public Cemetery in Thessaly, Greece.
CEDAR REST CEMETERY Bay St. Louis, MS (My Great Grandparents are buried here.) South Second Street With graves dating from the 1820s, this cemetery has been a multi-cultural model from its inception. It serves as the final resting place of African-Americans, Caucasians, Native Americans and immigrants from far-flung countries. Each Halloween, the cemetery attracts hundreds of visitors for a unique tour where descendants of those who are buried here perform reenactments of their ancestors.