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Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Laurel Hill was brimming with awesome sculptures!

What a majestic guy! Anatomically correct too. Quite the symbol of power.

Here’s a story, broken chains, open prison door, sobbing woman freed. 70 more words

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The Quiet Walk

“The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is to go outside, somewhere where they can be quiet, alone with the heavens, nature and God. 15 more words


Spooky Scary Skeletons (Remix) - The Living Tombstone

What’s more Halloween than skeletons and tombstones? This is the most epic of Halloween jams — besides the classics from The Nightmare Before Christmas.


Hallowed ground

My mother stood behind her brother and sister-in-law watching them mourn their two long-dead children. He stood with his arm around his wife’s shoulders, her head down, Kleenex dabbing under her glasses. 950 more words

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Colyer Cemetery

The Colyer Cemetery is in Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania. It sits at the top of a steep hill overlooking a large valley. The cemetery is located on private property of a business on Mill Run Road.  327 more words


Graves With Yellow

Dartmouth Cemetery

Hanover, New Hampshire


Deborah reblogged this on New Hampshire Nana and commented:

The beauty of history depicted in this fall post of Dartmouth Cemetery.

3 Alternative Uses for a Cemetery

Cemeteries are often painted as places that are either scary or sad. However, cemeteries provide some unique opportunities to bring members of the community together in interesting ways. 264 more words