I've been posting these all week, folks. I hope you've enjoyed them. Here's the last set:
Confessions of an Average Half-Vampire. It's a little, roofless house which faces away from any areas where security guards might wander in the Cannongate Kirkyard on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland. The tomb is, therefore, littered with drug items and other unsavory stuff. Definitely scary in the unsupernatural sense.
This little cemetery holds the remains of those buried in what was likely the first non-tribal burial ground in Salt Lake. It was originally in downtown SLC and was discovered by construction workers in the mid-1980s. The remains that could be identified were given to descendants, but the rest of these early pioneers were re-buried on the mountainside above the valley they came to colonize. The cemetery is part of Old Deseret Village, a living history museum that re-creates life before the railroad came in 1869. None of the headstones have names, but their size indicates whether a child or an adult lies beneath.
That's all, folks.
Happy Halloween/Dia de los Muertos/All Souls' Eve/Samhuinn to all!