The following photos are related to research techniques described in my book, Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries.
All of the following photos are from South Street cemetery in Portsmouth, NH (USA), and they’re within about 30 feet of the cemetery walls.
The “Where’s Waldo?” photos aren’t related to anyone actually named Waldo. The term references a children’s book, because it’s such a challenge to spot these kinds of headstones in wooded settings.
Note: Several years ago, after my book, Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries, was published, one of Mr. Mooney’s relatives contacted me. She planned to have the stone restored to the deceased’s grave.
(Until the photo gallery is restored at this site, the following thumbnail illustrations show the kinds of pictures I’ve featured.)
Mr. Mooney’s hidden gravestone (lower row of photos) is in a directly in line with where the toe of my shoe points. Only the very tip of the stone (or perhaps a corner of it) is above the ground. It’s in the top 1/3 of the photo, and between two somewhat horizontal sticks.
For more book-related photos, see my Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries article.
To understand how these photos relate to ghost hunting, read my book, Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries.
This edition is now out-of-print, but you can find it at many public libraries.