Illustration by Terry Beatty • 1982

Happy Halloween from everyone here at Highbury Cemetery!! It's the day we have looked forward to since last October 31st, and with the way things have gone in 2020, I wasn't always so sure that we would even have Halloween this year. So make the most of it!!

If you have already done your trick-or-treat and display for this year, I hope to was an especially good one. And to those of us looking forward to tonight's festivities, may the Candy Corn Gods look upon us all favorably with perfect fall weather and grant us tons of trick-or-treaters!!

This is the only post for me today, because it's off to the yard to put the finishing touches on Highbury Cemetery, 2020 before the big show. The weather is looking pretty perfect tonight and there should be hordes of trick-or-treaters making their way to see our display. The props are set, the lighting is finished, and the undead make their cemetery arrival tonight.

The energy is electric orange. May it coarse through you and drive you to do what you do on this night. Our night. Embrace it.


"Swamp Of The Living Dead" Spooky Sound Effects CD

Here we are at the end of another October Halloween celebration. Time for one last goodie before we begin our big night revelry!

I saved this particular Freebie Friday for last, because this is another one that was bought on a whim (and because of that crazy cover art) and turned out to be pretty good.

Listen and imagine yourself walking through a swamp of horrible creatures
and sounds that will scare the wits out of you.

I had seen cassette and CD copies of Lifetime Classics' 1994 release Swamp Of The Living Dead before and decided to pull the trigger when a cheap CD copy came up for sale.

It's a single 15 minute track, but it's a unique, high quality background sound effect track. Subtle wind and various insect chirps, crow caws and owl hoots along with water gurgles, drips, bubbling, and a really cool reverb echoing effect make for a fun listen. Add random footsteps down a path with repeated witch cackles, screams, and a distant church bell, and you have a cool, authentic swamp sound effect that doesn't rely on the usual "spooky" Halloween sounds to creep you out.


A Quick Teaser...

I just got out of the garage after finally finishing this year's big prop, and I'm REALLY happy with the way it turned out!! I want to share it with you, but I'm doing a full reveal tomorrow night, sooo...

You only get one sneak peak tonight!

I can't wait for this to be sitting in the middle of the cemetery tomorrow. A terrifying centerpiece that's sure to elicit fear and unease in all who pass by. 

Come on, Halloween! Get here already!!!!

Only one more night. Are you ready??

Douglas Pipes - Trick 'r Treat

Today's torrential downpours have really taken it out of me. Quite a few little things left to do before the big night, but tonight I think I'm just going to crawl under a blanket and watch my annual Halloween classic.

But until then, I think I'm going to fire up the trusty turntable and spin the amazing soundtrack to said annual Halloween classic...

Always wear a costume
Hand out treats
Never blow out a jack-o-lantern
Always check your candy

The Highbury Jack-O-Lanterns!

My jack-o-lanterns appeared in the front yard early this morning! I was able to knock out 13 last night, with a big thanks to my mom who gutted them all before hand...

Danzig - "Long Way Back From Hell"

It's already the week of Halloween and I still haven't posted anything from Danzig!?

Samhain - "All Murder, All Guts, All Fun"

It's already the week of Halloween and I still haven't posted anything from Samhain!?

The Misfits - "Halloween" & "Halloween II"

It's already the week of Halloween and I still haven't posted anything from The Misfits!?

A Quick Announcement!

So no Cemetery Sunday segment again this week, but we do have a special announcement!

After 16 years of doing this home haunt, we have decided to change things up a bit. Every year, our claim to fame has been that we are a one-night-only haunt. Set up the morning of Halloween, run the entire display for trick-or-treat, and then take everything down that night. Come see the show and if you miss it, you'll have to wait until next year. Truth be told, it was a TON of work...

I had toyed with the idea of extending our display before, but I was always a little leery on the whole thing. I didn't want all of my handmade props getting damaged by the less-than-perfect Ohio fall weather and I REALLY didn't want anything "growing legs" and disappearing...

But with our new neighborhood location and the utter craziness of this past year, I finally decided, "What the hell" and decided to make the change.

So for the first time in 16 years, I proudly present an early sneak peek of Highbury Cemetery, 2020!!

All of our static props went up today. I'm going to keep a close eye on things mostly due to the wet forecast coming up in the next few days, but I'm thinking that everything should hold up nicely. The next stage will be putting out all of the lighting, and then the animatronics, fog, sound and figures will all go up on Friday. I have decided to run a full show on Friday night for relatives and friends who can't make it over on Halloween night, and then on Saturday night for our neighborhood trick-or-treat. I'm nervous, but I'm a bit excited to be able to have time to make adjustments on props and lighting. And adding more to the display each night should be fun for the neighbors to come check out.

So there you have it. You now have a full week to come check out Highbury Cemetery!! And if you're in the Akron, Ohio area with nothing to do, come check us out. We're on Alexander Court in Copley, just off of I-77 and Rt. 18. And our neighborhood trick-or-treat will be Saturday, from 5-7. But 2 hours isn't going to cut it for me, so I will be running everything until at least 9:00!

Witching Season Films - Halloween Atmospheres: Volume III

I had to wait on today's post, but it is SO worth it! Tonight, Witching Season Films just premiered their newest video, Halloween Atmospheres: Volume III. Ready to immerse yourself into the pure essence of spooky Halloween fun and nostalgia?

From the Witching Season Films YouTube page:
Just in time for Halloween! Halloween Atmospheres: Volume 3 is the third part of our "Halloween Atmospheres" series. It is a compilation of spooky atmospheric visuals and music designed to set the perfect Halloween atmosphere 365 days a year. It is the ideal companion for Halloween parties, carving pumpkins, or just whenever you need a Halloween pick-me-up.

There is something so satisfying and strangely calming about this video. I absolutely love it, and I hope you will, too! Enjoy!!

"Haunted Horror Sounds" CD

Happy Friday, my fellow haunters and Halloween lovers! It's time for yet another installment of Freebie Fridays where I share novelty Halloween "spooky sound" gems from my collection!

This week, we're starting something new. Everything to this point has been a vinyl record or a cassette, but for the first time since I started doing this segment, we're diving into the seedy expanse of novelty Halloween CDs!

Special Warning: This Compact Disc Should Not Be Listened To Alone

Spooky Sound Effects - Perfect for any haunted house or background music for any HALLOWEEN party.

Haunted Horror Sounds is another novelty Halloween sound effects release that I have had my eye on for quite a while. Both this CD and the cassette version were released in 1993 by Forum Novelties, an appears to be their lone "spooky sounds" release.

And they absolutely nailed it with the near-heavy metal cover art. Is there anything cooler than the crazy goblin caressing the bloody skull with the snake sliding out of the eye socket? This illustration screams SPOOKY! And the traditional witch silhouette is an extra nod to all things Halloween.

When I threw the disc in, I immediately knew I had struck gold again. The standard collection of creepy sounds along with thunder cracks, screams, meows, howls, evil laughter and groans, and a really great organ track that plays throughout. Some of the sounds here may have been "borrowed" from other releases, as they do sound a bit...familiar. And a few segments seem to repeat through the track.

But this one is still a solid Halloween release. And the CD version is one continuous track that clocks in at one hour. Sweet! Press "Play" and enjoy!!


TBT: Highbury Cemetery, 2006

I was going through some old photos recently and came upon a batch that made me stop in amazement. It was a small collection of photos from Halloween past, notably the Highbury Cemetery display from way back in 2006.

It made me realize just how far we really have come since then. I believe 2006 was our 3rd or 4th year as an "official" yard haunt. I had just painted the first cemetery sign and it was the center of the display, along side my one enormous coffin (the first real prop that I had ever built, maybe 4 years before), a few of my first handmade tombstones, actual candles (that due to the constant wind never stayed lit), and some obnoxious purple "crinkle" material that we tried to use to cover the walls in the front porch.

The crinkle material was completely ridiculous to try and use, but it was very important in that it was the first time we had tried to create an enclosed "room" on the front porch. It was the first time we had trick-or-treaters actually walk up into the room to get their candy. And this idea eventually progressed from "big purple mess altar room" to a butcher shop to skull chamber and then eventually into the fully developed crypt that we used until 2018, our final year at that location.

As I look at the other photos in the collection, I see the beginnings of many other props and ideas that grew and became more detailed and advanced as the years went on. 

And I quickly notice how far high quality photography can take a display!!

So please enjoy this little throwback to very humble beginnings of Highbury Cemetery. This was the start of an annual tradition that became much more than just a hobby.

VISIONS - "Traces"

Following 2018’s highly acclaimed collaboration album with Russia’s PHURPA, Frederic Arbour presents a new full length album under his VISIONS moniker. We are now presented with more grounded and melody based pieces that on his previous releases, which were more out worldly and exploring sonic expanse. Using a stripped back approach and forging new sonic territories, “Temples” also serves as an hymn to lost civilisations, and a gratitude for what can still be found and discovered from our predecessors. As societies fall, most of their temples and shrines seem to remain, perhaps, as a reflection of the materiality of spirit.

A quick hit of some really great, atmospheric dark ambient from VISIONS, then it's back out to the garage for me tonight...

Spinatures From Waxwork Records

I have been collecting cool horror film soundtracks on vinyl from Waxwork Records for quite a few years now, but I'm really excited for their newest release, Spinatures!

And what is a Spinature, you ask? A sweet new toy that actually sits and rotates (or spins, I guess?) on top of your record turntable! And guess what the first figure released was!?

You know I'm a sucker for anything Frankenstein, so this was a complete no brainer!! Or maybe  an abnormal brainer? Eh, sometimes the jokes just write themselves...

Will I pop him on my turntable and watch him spin? I haven't decided yet, but nonetheless it's one sweet collectible! 

And Waxwork just upped their game with the brand new release, The Bride of Frankenstein! (It goes well with their newest vinyl release, the absolutely stunning looking soundtrack to the same film! How could I not order both!?)

The Spinatures line is definitely going to be emptying my wallet in the near future, especially with the sneak peaks of future releases on the page. It looks like Michael Myers, Norman Bates, The Creature From The Black Lagoon, and the 3 masked trick-or-treaters from Halloween III. Sold!!

Jeff Greinke - "The Moor"

I make no secret of my love of the dark ambient music genre. It sets such a great uneasy mood, and I have always thought that it works really well in haunt settings. With no recognizable patterns or vocals, the audio sits nicely in the background, supporting and heightening the tension of the haunt setting, never becoming a distracting focus.

For years I have been using various dark ambient tracks in my yard haunt, and in the last 3 or 4 I have settled on what I have found to be a perfect track. A wonderful, dark balance of creepiness and eerie foreboding. I absolutely love this track and every time I play it, it instantly takes me into the middle of my yard haunt display...

Enjoy the unofficial haunt soundtrack of Highbury Cemetery, artist Jeff Greinke's 1992 dark ambient masterpiece, The Moor.

The Haunter's Hands...

No Cemetery Sundays post today. I took a wrong turn on this morning's bike ride and completely missed the cemetery I wanted to stop at. And then it started raining. So I decided to spend the rest of the day in the garage, working on the last of my projects for this year's haunt display.

When I finally took a break for dinner tonight, I looked down at my hands. Good grief, they look like a coal miner's hands...

Bandaids, black paint, blisters, cuts, callouses and filth. Achy and swollen to the point that my fingers look more like gross little sausages. 

Time to pop a couple of aspirin and call it a night. I have less than 2 weeks to get it all done and I still have so much left to do...

VANIK - VANIK III Album Release Show

I have a full day of prop building planned in the garage, so no longwinded posts today! Instead, how about some straight up Cleveland horror metal to power you through your day, too?

VANIK just released their third record, III, and on October 2nd they streamed a live record release show direct from the studio. Featuring Vanik from the band Midnight on guitar and Ed from the band Ringworm on bass, this band is no joke.

Watch this killer set and then go pick up VANIK's newest release here. Enjoy!

"Scary Sounds of Halloween" Cassette

Warning: This Tape May Scare The Heck Out Of You!

Haunt your house with this cassette featuring clinks, clanks, rattling chains, howling witches, screaming victims, and more!

Chances are, you may have come across this cassette cover before, with its instantly recognizable kitty cat illustration on the cover. I have wanted to add this one to my collection for a while now, and I finally made it happen not long ago.

If there was a wheelhouse of classic 80s and 90s novelty "spooky sounds" cassette releases, this one would land somewhere right near the middle. It has all of those nostalgic, spooky sounds: howling winds, weird cat howls, screams and laughs, wolves, and in the case of this particular cassette, an overabundance of demonic growls and laughter.

It's your basic collection of sounds in a continuous 15 minute track. But flip to the second side and things get a bit more...spooky. Many of the sounds are repeated, but it adds a little spice with a fantastic organ arrangement, the echoed cries of a child, bats, heavy breathing, a cat, more demons, and if I'm hearing it correctly, the "hee-haw" of a donkey. Huh? (Listen at about the 3:45 mark and see for yourself. I say it's a donkey!).

Overall, this one really nails that Halloween nostalgia vibe with all the classic sounds. It has a high production quality and it's a ton of fun to just kick back and listen to. Another highly rated Freebie Friday classic. Enjoy!


Shipyard Brewing Co. - Smashed Pumpkin

I've been busy trying to get things done in the garage all evening, but I was sure to leave just a little bit of time to enjoy another pumpkin-flavored cold one. So let's fire up the Drunken Jackos rating scale!

Tonight, I'm trying Shipyard Brewing Co.'s Smashed Pumpkin.

One of the first pumpkin beers I had ever reviewed was
Shipyard's Pumpkinhead Ale, way back in 2011. It reviewed favorably, and this beer is a bolder extension of that review.

Smashed Pumpkin, which clocks in at an impressive 9.0% ABV, pours a warm copper color with a full, carbonated head. An interesting, sweet pumpkin aroma is released and transfers over to first taste. It's subtle, which helps prevent it for crossing over to the "pumpkin pie" sweetness. That overall subtlety remains until a slightly dry, almost nutty aftertaste lingers at the end.

What really stands out is the smoothness of flavor, especially for a beer at this ABV. It's definitely one that could very easily sneak up on you and leave you with a... smashed pumpkin in the morning. And because of that, Shipyard Brewing Co.'s Smashed Pumpkin gets 3.5 out of 5 Drunken Jackos.

This is another recommended pumpkin beer. The subtlety is quite unexpected and is a pleasant surprise, making this quite enjoyable. Seek out the 4-pack of "tall-boy" cans with that great jack-o-lantern face on the label!

Mount Shrine - "Underpass"

So this evening I was in the garage, working on one of the many projects I decided to try and complete for this year's display. I was playing Underpass, an incredible track from one of my favorite new dark ambient artists, Mount Shrine while I was working.

At this time, one of my son's neighborhood friends rolled up the driveway. He had a confused look on his face, and after a minute he finally spoke up, asking, "What are you making?" I told him the Halloween project I was working on, and he just kinda sat there. After another couple of minutes of silence, he finally spoke up again...

"Uhhh, what is that sound?"

It took me a second to figure out that he was asking about this track that happened to be playing while I was working. He didn't look like he was enjoying the moment, but I sure was! It isn't even Halloween yet, but I'm already getting into their heads. The 31st is going to be awesome!!

Be sure to check out all of Mount Shrine's releases on the Cryo Chamber Bandcamp page, as they are all 50% off right now!

"Ghostly Music Box" From The Haunted Mansion

Is there a more elegant, hauntingly melancholic track than Disney's Ghostly Music Box? This track is featured at the Haunted Mansion and Phantom Manor park attractions, and plays a mechanical music box rendition of Grim, Grinning Ghosts.

I could listen to this for hours on end. Enjoy.

"Halloween at High Noon: Haunted" by Dead End Ranch

Halloween At High Noon has released their annual October offering, and this year it's Haunted...

I'm really digging this particular release, as it leans toward atmospheric, dark ambient audio. My favorite! Perfect for the dark Halloween season, and definitely one to add to your spooky collection. Enjoy!

The Miller Family Cemetery at Stoney Hill - Bath, Ohio

So I decided to do another Cemetery Sundays post. I didn't have much time, so I finally decided to check this little gem that is located a quick 5 minute bike ride from my house off the list.

I have been wanting to check out the Miller Family Cemetery at Stoney Hill for a LONG time. It's a small little cemetery nestled just off of one of the busiest roads in my town. In fact, if you didn't know about it, you (like the hundreds of other cars that drive by daily) would completely miss it.

It's a small cemetery comprised mostly of Hopkins and Miller family graves from the mid- to late-1800s. These families were the earliest settlers to the area in the early 1800s, and donated this land for a family cemetery. And although there aren't many graves here, the well-maintained cemetery has many old tombstones with wonderfully ornate epitaphs and designs. Perfect for my project! 

And something unique to this cemetery is that the groundskeepers took the older, broken stones and put them back together, setting them flat in concrete slabs for preservation. An interesting and unique way to save the historic old stones.

So sit back enjoy a quick trip through the Miller Family Cemetery at Stoney Hill...

Highbury Cemetery Logo, 2020

Each October, I like to start the annual Countdown to Halloween with the unveiling of my yard haunt logo for the year. It's a great way to set the tone for the spooky season, and it gets me motivated to finish all the planned projects for the year's haunt.

Since 2003, I have created an increasingly defined and prominent Highbury Cemetery haunt logo for the season. The logo is used on posters, stickers, and a very small batch of t-shirts. Each year, the t-shirts are hand printed here at the Cemetery and then given out as a thank you to everyone who helps put on the yard haunt on Halloween night. 

I'm a little late to the party this year, but after a bit of extra work, the new logo is finally done! So ladies and gentlemonsters, boils and ghouls, I proudly present the ghastly and gruesome logo for Highbury Cemetery, 2020:


"The Haunted Horror House" Cassette

Welcome to the Haunted Horror House. Just follow the footsteps from room to room and you'll experience the worlds that lie beyond each door. Turns your home into a chamber of horrors. Great for Halloween, Theme Parties, or around the campfire. Enjoy 40 minutes of original sound-score music and effects.

Step inside the Haunted Horror House. You're expected!

Recorded in 3-Dimensional Horror-Phonic Sound!

This week's Freebie Friday offering was picked up on a whim. I had never heard of The Haunted Horror House before, and there really wasn't any information available on it. But, it was in my budget (cheap!) and with that name, the silly cover graphics, and all of the wild claims plastered on it, how could I not pick this one up??

This cassette was released in 1990 by C.C. Marketing out of New York City. A quick search revealed that they were long gone. And info on the inside flap of the cover tells me their whole gig was releasing cassettes like this. Their list of other "greats" include Crazy Calls, Power Walk, The Massage Tapes, The Romantic Guitar, The Christmas Caroling Kit, Brazilian Dreams, and much more! Yeesh.

When I dropped the wonderful orange cassette into the deck and pressed play, I was somewhat surprised. It was good! I didn't know what "3-Dimensional Horror-Phonic Sound" was, but it apparently meant a high-quality sounding cassette, especially compared to other novelty Halloween cassettes from the era. And it was in fact, roughly 40 minutes long, split over the two sides.

Side A (1. Enter The House  2. The Hall of Horrors  3. The Rack  4. Mad Dogs  5. Where Am I  6. The Chapel of Chills  7. Chain Saw Massacre  8. Step Outside) has a nice collection of standard spooky sounds and cool echo and reverb effects, running continuously without any breaks between the tracks.  The Chapel of Chills not only has the best track title ever, but has a nice "gothic chamber with thunderstorms" music feel to it.

Side B (1. The Graveyard  2. The Basement  3. The Clock  4. The Swamp  5. Run For Your Life  6. Come Again!) is another collection of standard sounds that run continuously. Run For Your Life is the standout, with its odd and hilarious "snarling jungle cat" sound effect...

For a chance purchase, this cassette turned out to be quite a find. I'm surprised it doesn't show up more often with its high-quality sound and amazing cover art. This one is definitely going into the collection and will get a few more plays this Halloween season for sure! Enjoy!


Ignite Brewing Co. - Ignite The Jack-O'-Lantern Pumpkin Ale

Eight days into October and not one seasonal pumpkin beer has faced the dreaded Drunken Jackos rating scale!? It's time to put things right around here!!

Ignite The Jack-O'-Lantern

We have scoured the patch,
to find the perfect match.

A bright orange ball,
to light up your fall.

As this pumpkin ale,
will never fall.

To roll in the best season of all.

This review may be a bit skewed, as Ignite Brewing Company's Ignite The Jack-O'-Lantern Pumpkin Ale is brewed literally down the street in Barberton, Ohio. And being that it is one of the area's microbrews, distribution might not make it far outside of Northeast Ohio. But trust me when I say that we are starting this October's Drunken Jackos Rating Scale with a bang.

The first thing to notice is the really cool Headless Horseman linocut-style label art wrapping the tallboy cans. A most worthy offering to the spirit of Halloween, alongside the fun little poem above. Ignite really puts the effort in right from the start.

Upon cracking the can open, you are greeted with a slight earthy scent that slowly subsides into a sweeter note after letting it breath a bit. The beer pours a rich, beautiful dark red copper color with only the slightest head.

The beer starts with a smooth and sweet flavor, but transitions to a more spicy, dry, nutty lasting finish. I really enjoyed the complexity of this one.

Overall, the complex, yet still smooth and rich flavor is quite pleasant and makes for a great, drinkable pumpkin ale that stays away from that overly sweet "pumpkin pie" style of pumpkin beer. And because of that, Ignite Brewing Company's Ignite The Jack-O'-Lantern Pumpkin Ale earns a solid 4 out of 5 Drunken Jackos.

The downside of this being the limited availability, but you would have a nice collectible can if you can find it. It is definitely one to seek out and a great beer to start October off with. Cheers!

The Haunting Of Bly Manor

Don't forget, gang! The Haunting of Bly Manor drops tomorrow on Netflix! Time for a weekend binge...

Could it possibly be anywhere as good as the absolute masterpiece from 2018 that was The Haunting Of Hill House? The same creator as well as some of the same faces give me hope for this modern retelling of Henry James' classic horror novella, The Turn Of The Screw.

Midnight Syndicate - "Spectral Masquerade"

And they danced... A ghostly waltz by "soundtracks to imaginary films" composers, Midnight Syndicate. Haunting piano and gothic bells fill out this early fan favorite.

Lots of great Gothic atmosphere in this classic Midnight Syndicate track from 2002. And it is paired perfectly to scenes from Carnival of Souls, Nosferatu, White Zombie, and other classic horror films! Enjoy!

Lansing Jaycees Haunted House 1984

After yesterday's post on the early Jaycee haunted houses of the 1970s, I discovered yet another classic gem. This one is another guided haunted house walkthrough in Lansing, Michigan from 1984.

And this one is pretty bonkers from start to finish! It looks like an absolute blast, and every actor really goes for it in front of the camera from the standard gorilla (with human hands) in the cage to the guys really hamming it up at the butcher shop. In fact, the only one not going crazy is the ticket guy at the front of the haunt, as he looks to a be a little bit "out of it"... (wink, wink)  :) I would think that working at a haunted house back then would have been a lawless wasteland, but it would have also been incredibly awesome!

Be sure to watch for all of the now classic and collectable masks that some of the actors wear, including the Zagone Fang Face and the Don Post Halloween III Skull and Hagatha Witch.

Another dose of the nostalgic warm fuzzies from 1984. Enjoy!

Jaycee Haunted Houses 1975

There is nothing better for me than to get that warm, fuzzy feeling of Halloween days gone by. The nostalgia of my childhood trick-or-treating is something I reflect upon frequently when I now set up my annual yard haunt, trying to capture that magic to share with my neighborhood today.

Growing up, my parents took me to my first haunted house back in the early 80s, put on by a local Jaycee chapter in Parma, Ohio. By today's standards, it was pretty silly, but it was that moment that changed me forever! I HAD to go to other haunted houses!!

I came across this amazing video last year, but somehow never posted it. It's a mini documentary about those first haunted houses that were put on by local Jaycee chapters. It's a wonderful and hilarious look back at where the haunted house industry first got its start nearly 50 years ago.

If you're a fan of Halloween and haunted house history, this one will should give you the warm fuzzies, too. Enjoy!

Revere Cemetery - Richfield, Ohio

So originally, I decided that I was going to scrap my Cemetery Sundays segments for this year, as I thought I just wouldn't have the time to do it. Funny how things change...

This morning I decided to merge 2 tasks into one: get a nice long bike ride in AND make sure I rode past a local cemetery to get a few photos. And just like that, a new version of Cemetery Sundays was born! Grab my bike, head out, and make sure the route takes me past a local cemetery that I haven't photographed yet.

So here we go!

My first cemetery of 2020 was an obvious choice. I have been past this small, unmarked cemetery hundreds of times. And it just so happens to be located directly across the street from my son's elementary school.

Revere Cemetery (also known as Hershey Cemetery or Revere Road Cemetery), was established in 1858 and contains the graves of some of the earliest inhabitants of the town of Richfield, Ohio. Only holding a total of roughly 55 graves, I was able to tour the grounds quickly and get a few cool photos of the wonderful old, ornate tombstones.

So kick back and enjoy a few photos from Revere Cemetery in Richfield, Ohio...