NOTE: I am not putting down this cemetery or any cemetery for being a little or a lot different. My paternal grandmother’s family runs funeral homes and cemeteries although I did not know this for a long time.
I have seen some unusual cemeteries over the years, more online than in person, but as I was looking at another blogger‘s post today I came across one that will be hard to top. It doesn’t even look like a cemetery! In fact, it looks like anything but a cemetery. I will most likely be posting about it in the near future. I did a quick search and looks like there is more information than I thought about this cemetery.
Another example of an unusual cemetery was mentioned in my post Garden of Eden, Lucas, Kansas.
Online, some of the more unusual cemeteries tended to be ones that have sections or buildings that are unique or different. There are several circus cemeteries around the U. S. There are other cases where one or more burials are out of the ordinary. For example, a grave, or at least a headstone, for a camel in a city cemetery.
If you can think of any cemeteries that you consider odd, unusual, special, or different, you can comment or send a message. I find it fascinating the ways people choose or chose to have themselves remembered.