The 5 Strangest Cemeteries In The World

Check out some of the world’s strangest cemeteries on your next vacation.


A man stands in front of a grave at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington County, Virigina. More than four million people visit the cemetery annually, many coming to pay final respects at graveside services, of which nearly 100 are conducted each week. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images)

75 Bronze Vases Stolen From Florence Cemetery

Investigators say someone stole about 75 bronze vases from a Florence cemetery.


File photo of a cemetery in Charleston, S.C. The graves that were recently discovered were not marked. (Photo Richard Ellis/Getty Images)

37 Unmarked Graves Found In Historic Charleston

Construction crews working on a $142 million performing arts center in Charleston’s historic district have uncovered more history about the city – a graveyard believed to date to the early 1700s.


File photo of a construction site. (Photo by ISSOUF SANOGO/AFP/Getty Images)

27 Graves Found At Charleston Construction Site

Workers have found at least 27 graves at the site of a construction project in downtown Charleston.


(photo credit: Thinkstock)

The Best Haunted Graveyard Tours In Charlotte

With Halloween just around the corner, it’s ghost and haunting time. In an area as rich with history as Charlotte is, there are bound to be plenty of haunted places with tales of horror, tragedy and woe. In fact, North Carolina is one of the most haunted states in the United States. Activity in Charlotte goes back long into the past, and the present city was founded before the Revolutionary War, in 1768. As such, the area is dotted with cemeteries and graveyards (the difference is that a graveyard is usually owned by a church or has a church building on the same property) that have very old graves, some with soldiers, some with unnamed slaves, and even one with a priest who had a shameful secret.


Biden Participates In Veterans Day Holiday

Vice President Joe Biden participated in the Veterans Day activities at Arlington National Cemetery while President Obama is at South Korea for the G20 conference.



Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 15,216 other followers