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12 Haunted Cemeteries to Visit Before You Die

These eerily beautiful burial grounds belong on your bucket list.

By Stephanie Almazan

7 Infamous Spirits Haunting New Orleans’ St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

The dead just can't seem to rest in this famously haunted cemetery.

By Kristen Wheeler

Resurrection Mary: The Eerie Tale of Chicago's Most Famous Ghost

They say her spirit dances past the cemetery at night, dressed entirely in white.

By Elisabeth Tilstra

The Guardians of Portland's Lone Fir Cemetery

An eerie tombstone stands watch over one of the city's oldest cemeteries.

By Jessica Ferri

Stull Cemetery: A Hellmouth in the Heart of Kansas

Is Satan's staircase located in a quiet, small-town Kansas cemetery?

By The Lineup Staff

7 Amazing Cemeteries to Visit Before You Die

These cemeteries are as beautiful as they are eerie.

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Tombs of Tinseltown: 6 Haunting Los Angeles Cemeteries

Take a stroll through the whispering groves of L.A.'s most haunting cemeteries.

By Jessica Ferri

From Beyond the Grave: 10 Most Haunted Cemeteries in America

Since the dawn of civilization we’ve gathered our dead and placed them in burial plots. So it’s no surprise that the living speak of lingering spirits at these hallowed sites.

By Occult Museum

11 Most Haunted Places in Georgia

Come for the peaches, stay for the paranormal activity.

By Jessica Ferri

The Blue Eyed Six Murder and the Haunting of Moonshine Church

Do six blue-eyed spirits haunt the old churchyard where their murder victim is buried?

By Orrin Grey

London’s Highgate Cemetery and the Curse of the Highgate Vampire

It wasn’t long before rumors of Satanism and occult activities circulated.

By Gary Sweeney

Haunted Grounds: Bonaventure Cemetery and the Ghost of Gracie Watson

Don't take a gift from Little Gracie's grave ... or her life-like statue might cry tears of blood.

By Gary Sweeney

Greyfriars Kirkyard and the Mackenzie Poltergeist

Don't get too close to the tomb of Bloody Mackenzie ... or his evil spirit just might grab you by the throat.

By Gary Sweeney

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