Here are my pictures from last years Halloween. We moved to a new house so I had to do a little rearranging. This year we added spiders to the house and they turned out a big hit. My son also went crazy over Spirit Halloweens Zombie babies so we bought a few of them too.These are some night shots from the front. There is a also a cemetery gate in the pictures (hard to see) that our neighbors like so much that they said we should leave it up all year. You can view more photos of our cemet
Resurrection Mary is a well-known Chicago area ghost story. The story takes place outside Resurrection Cemetery in Justice, Illinois, a few miles southwest of Chicago. Since the 1930s, several men driving northeast along Archer Avenue between the Willowbrook Ballroom and Resurrection Cemetery have reported picking up a young female hitchhiker. This young woman is dressed somewhat formally in a white party dress and is said to have light blond hair and blue eyes.
Historic Oakwood in Raleigh, NC - Last part of proposed walking tour. This area which links downtown to the cemetery is marked as a specific historical neighbourhood. They do tours inside some houses in December but at the this time all you can do is walk the streets.
Haunted Miami: Spooky Sites Of Alleged Paranormal Activity (PHOTOS)
Now known as Charlotte Jane Memorial Park, the cemetery was originally the final resting place for many of Miami's early Bahamian residents. Though neighbors have long claimed the graveyard scenes from Michael Jackson's epic "Thriller" video were filmed here, director John Landis says the bits were shot in east LA -- so what did Miamians witness that night in the 1980s? Even after the King of Pop's death, some people were certain they saw his ghost in the graveyard, and a few people…
Known as Buffalo's city cemetery and in existence since 1849, this 267-acre property features the grave sites of some of the city's most important citizens. Buried here are former U.S. President Millard Fillmore, Indian Chief Red Jacket, from whom the land to create the city of Buffalo was purchased, and Pony Express pioneer William Fargo, to name a few