This tomb, for the Society for the Relief of Destitute Orphan Boys, is located in Lafayette Cemetery No. 1. The society was founded as a refuge for children who lost their parents to yellow fever and other epidemics, or otherwise lacked guardianship. Today, it is known as the Waldo Burton Memorial Boys' Home; after 175 years, its mission is still to care for and educate boys in need.
New Orleans' cemeteries are the final resting place to many noteworthy indivduals, including photographer E. Bellocq’s grave is located in St. Louis Cemetery No. just off Esplanade Avenue, near Bayou St.
Public graveyard in Thessaly, Greece, early c. Urban legend dictates that it is made for a family that was poisoned during dinner. In each chair the name of the family member that was seated in it, is written.
Looking for a great cemetery to investigate? Highgate Cemetery in Highgate, London is the place to go. Resting place of Karl Marx and Douglas Adams, Highgate cemetery is one of the most haunted cemeteries in the UK.