King's Chapel Burying Ground was founded in 1630 as the first cemetery in the city of Boston.
John Winthrop's grave site. He was the first Puritan governor of Massachusetts.
William Dawes, Revolutionary War hero, grave site.
Founded in 1660, the Granary Burying Ground is the city's third-oldest cemetery. It is the final resting place for many notable Revolutionary War patriots, signers of the Declaration of Independence, and victims of the Boston Massacre.
Paul Revere's grave site.
John Hancock's grave site.
Boston Massacre grave site.
Mother Goose's grave site - yes she was a real person.
Burial Hill is the oldest cemetery in Plymouth dating back to colonial times. Before it became a cemetery, it was the site of the first fort, meeting house, and place of worship. Last Halloween night we took a ghost tour of this cemetery. Talk about scary! Our tour guide told many bone chilling stories that night.
John Howland's grave site. John was one of the pilgrims that came over on the Mayflower.
I think the creepiest cemetery is Salem's Burying Point. On this small patch of land are buried those responsible for the Salem Witch Trials.
One of the most notorious figures of the witch trials - Justice John Hathorne's grave site.
This now concludes our tour - be sure no one from beyond is following you home. ;)