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Three Western Washington Ghost Tours To Haunt You

Are you a believer? It's OK if you're not. Ghost tours are fun, especially in October when the days are growing shorter and the leaves are falling. And good ones are also a bit of an (entertaining) history lesson. Here are three Haunted Tours in and (relatively) near Seattle to take this Autumn: Seattle, Port Gamble, and Port Townsend

Famous Seattle Graves (and Where to Find Them)

If celebrity burials are your thing, the number of Seattle's famous dead denizens does come close to rivaling many larger, and older, cities. But we do have a few here, and they're worth visiting if you like cemeteries. Here's more about where to find the graves of Bruce and Brandon Lee, Jimi Hendrix, and Chief Sealth (Seattle), along with a listing of a few others with a more local claim to fame.

Visiting the Paris Catacombs: A Labyrinth of Death Beneath...

Are the Paris Catacombs worth visiting? It depends on what you like. If you're not somebody who enjoys visiting cemeteries when you travel, it might not be the place for you. But there aren't too many other places quite like it and it has an interesting history. Here's a bit of the history of the Paris Catacombs, a few interesting facts and some tips for before you go and how to get there. Here's more about the catacombs, with some tips for visiting.

Amidst Old Tombstones at Kirkmichael Trust Cemetery

The Kirkmichael Trust Cemetery in the Scottish highlands has done some serious restoration work, bringing old medieval tombstones into a restored church building for preservation and display. The stones outside, as well as the small mausoleum, are also worth a visit if you like old cemeteries -- its just a bit off the main itinerary for your North Coast 500 road trip.

Why Take a Ghost Tour?

Why would a skeptic love ghost tours? There are a few good reasons why the unbeliever or undecided would enjoy taking a ghost tour. The post includes a poll you can answer about your experience with ghost tours.

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Cemeteries I’ve Visited: An Album

Do you like to visit cemeteries? This post is a work-in-progress photo album of cemeteries I've visited.

Three Western Washington Ghost Tours To Haunt You

Are you a believer? It's OK if you're not. Ghost tours are fun, especially in October when the days are growing shorter and the leaves are falling. And good ones are also a bit of an (entertaining) history lesson. Here are three Haunted Tours in and (relatively) near Seattle to take this Autumn: Seattle, Port Gamble, and Port Townsend

Visiting the Paris Catacombs: A Labyrinth of Death Beneath the City of Light

Are the Paris Catacombs worth visiting? It depends on what you like. If you're not somebody who enjoys visiting cemeteries when you travel, it might not be the place for you. But there aren't too many other places quite like it and it has an interesting history. Here's a bit of the history of the Paris Catacombs, a few interesting facts and some tips for before you go and how to get there. Here's more about the catacombs, with some tips for visiting.

Why Take a Ghost Tour?

Why would a skeptic love ghost tours? There are a few good reasons why the unbeliever or undecided would enjoy taking a ghost tour. The post includes a poll you can answer about your experience with ghost tours.

Famous Seattle Graves (and Where to Find Them)

If celebrity burials are your thing, the number of Seattle's famous dead denizens does come close to rivaling many larger, and older, cities. But we do have a few here, and they're worth visiting if you like cemeteries. Here's more about where to find the graves of Bruce and Brandon Lee, Jimi Hendrix, and Chief Sealth (Seattle), along with a listing of a few others with a more local claim to fame.

Amidst Old Tombstones at Kirkmichael Trust Cemetery

The Kirkmichael Trust Cemetery in the Scottish highlands has done some serious restoration work, bringing old medieval tombstones into a restored church building for preservation and display. The stones outside, as well as the small mausoleum, are also worth a visit if you like old cemeteries -- its just a bit off the main itinerary for your North Coast 500 road trip.
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