Monthly Archives: November 2015

Death’s Garden: The Allure of the Abandoned Cemetery

by Ed Snyder Last weekend [editor’s note: actually August 28, 2010], my friend Frank and I explored Mount Moriah Cemetery (established 1855) in Southeast Philadelphia. Although I’d been there innumerable times, it’s been years since I’d explored the central monument … Continue reading

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Death’s Garden: Rozz Forever

by Lilah Wild It began when I decided: fuck it, I’m going somewhere special for my 30th birthday. Café La Bohème was a fine-dining establishment that had gotten a rep around the Los Angeles travel boards as “the goth restaurant.” I’d … Continue reading

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Death’s Garden: A Message In the Grass

by Patricia Merewether I practically ran the six blocks from my elementary school to our street. I was ten years old. Two events made it nearly impossible for me to focus on the chalkboard or Sister Grace Esther’s lessons that … Continue reading

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