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Questions for Cemetery Bloggers

For a while now I’ve been wanting to connect up with other cemetery bloggers.  If you blog about cemeteries, whether occasionally or solely, would you let me interview you? To start with, I’ll need your name, the url for your … Continue reading

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Seeking Cemetery Bloggers

Do you visit cemeteries? Do you blog about them? I’m making a list of cemetery bloggers across the US and around the world. Please comment below with a link to your blog — and the geographic area you specialize in, … Continue reading

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See the #fireworks I created by blogging on #WordPressDotCom. My 2015 annual report.

See the fireworks Cemetery Travel: Adventures in Graveyards Around the World created by blogging on WordPress.com. Check out their 2015 annual report. Source: See the #fireworks I created by blogging on #WordPressDotCom. My 2015 annual report.

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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: The Cemetery that Changed My Life

by Carole Tyrrell It was the long, hot summer of 1989 when I first visited Nunhead Cemetery. My father had died unexpectedly earlier that year, the first death of someone really close to me. He’d been cremated, so there was … Continue reading

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