The Cemetery for Soldiers’ Dogs is located on the grounds of Edinburgh Castle. It’s a small garden in which officer’s pet dogs and regimental mascots are buried. It has been in use since the 1840′s. It can be viewed from above but visitors are not permitted to enter.
In 2014, six “vampire” skeletons were discovered in Poland. They had been buried with large rocks or a sickle underneath the chin. The reason behind this was that it was believed that it would keep the “vampire” down and the sickle would sever the neck if they attempted to resurrect.
A really strong ‘No’ from a cluster of graves when I was asking permission to collect graveyard dirt from their site. It wasn’t a “Go Away” sort of no, more like a “Not Now”. So I chose a different spot a few yards away, and I shit you not, less than 5 minutes later a car drives by and parks right in front of the site I was observing and stays there for a good 5 minutes.
Tons of yellow Black-Eyed Susan’s
This really pretty grave that looked like a tree
A really happy feeling when I invited the spirits to walk with me through the grounds.
Sense of surprise after leaving offerings at old and forgotten graves.