Established in 1804 by Napoléon Bonaparte, the Pére-Lachaise cemetery in Paris contains the remains of thousands of celebrated artists, writers and musicians, including Edith Piaf, Max Ernst and Oscar Wilde. But the cemetery's most visited grave belongs to American rock legend Jim Morrison, who died in Paris on July 3, 1971, of heart failure. On any given day, hordes of tourists surround his tombstone. It once featured a bust of Morrison before vandals claimed it as their own.
Located in Kansas, this cemetery has gained the reputation as one of the world’s most haunted cemeteries. Some people even consider it to be one of the seven gateways to Hell. There are so many legends, stories of witchcraft, ghosts and supernatural happenings surrounding it that even Pope John Paul II allegedly ordered his private jet not to fly over Stull while he was on the way to a public appearance in Colorado in 1995. The Pope considered Stull “unholy ground”
This epitaph, with its famous pun, is perhaps the most quoted epitaph in any cemetery in the United States. It describes the results of an actual gun battle, in which both participants died. The site is the Boot Hill graveyard on the outskirts of Tombstone, Arizona, a town best known for the Gunfight at the OK Corral.