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Stories Behind Some of the World's Most Fascinating Gravestones
Opened after New Orleans worst Yellow Fever outbreak, St. Louis No. 3 put San Lazlo's leper colony to new use.
Founded in 1789, New Orleans' St. Louis No. 1 is our most visited cemetery, full of legends and prominent citizens. These are the stories of some of the most popular tombs.
A great way to find new clues while researching your family history is to visit old cemeteries. A lot of regions may not have death records available, so gravesites are the next best thing for finding out vital...
Between 100,000 and 150,000 people are buried in anonymous graves in the center of New Orleans- and you'd hardly know it! Plus a ghost story...
Lakelawn Cemetery began as a racetrack where the rich & powerful went to play, but once it transformed into one of the world's elite cemeteries, it became the place they were just dying to get into...
Old cemeteries hold long forgotten secrets and the stones sometimes tell a tale. Here is one story of the tragedy that befell one New England family.
Have you ever gone by a cemetery or particular marker and wondered who that person was?
I have always been intrigued with historical cemeteries, especially one resting downtown. When I was in college, I took a class on death and dying to study the manner in which societies dealt with the subject of death...
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