There is something fascinating about cemeteries, headstones, and tombs. Over the years, we've explored and photographed a variety of cemeteries.
In March 2008 member of Ghost Vigil and friends went to the historic Elmwood Cemetery and helped with a large ongoing cleanup effort of the grounds.
Established in the mid-1800, it was named for the fact if overlooked the old fair grounds. The fair grounds themselves were later turned into a cemetery.
Established in 1842, this cemetery in Corning, Missouri is located on a hill covered in long prairie grasses. Its a beautiful cemetery off the beaten path.
I don't remember any details about this cemetery. I just remember being struck by the beauty of the scuptures, and the amazing faces on the graves.