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An advertisement for the New Orleans Cemeteries

Cemeteries of New Orleans: A Journey Through the Cities of the Dead by Jan Arrigo My rating: 3 of 5 stars This book is full of lovely color photographs of the cemeteries of New Orleans. From the frontispiece of the … Continue reading

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Traveling through Movies

I’m working hard to promote The Haunted Mansion Project: Year Two, a collection of ghost-hunting reports and short stories which I edited, with a series of interviews on my other blog. Unfortunately, that means that Cemetery Travel hasn’t been getting … Continue reading

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A Photographic Tour of New Orleans’ Historic Cemeteries

New Orleans: Cemeteries by Eric J. Brock My rating: 4 of 5 stars This little gem is part of a series which collects historic photographs of Americana. Images of America: New Orleans Cemeteries includes hundreds of black-and-white photographs of more … Continue reading

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Cemetery Postcards

Ten years ago, I started to collect antique postcards of graveyards.  I was entertained that such a thing existed:  why would anyone buy, send, or save a picture of a cemetery? Things people chose to commemorate fascinated me.  There seemed … Continue reading

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What’s the Spookiest Cemetery?

It’s hard for me to think about cemeteries as scary.  I haven’t ever had any truly frightening things happen to me in a graveyard (yet), but I certainly have gotten good and spooked a couple of times. I’ve created a … Continue reading

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