When ghost hunting in haunted cemeteries, I always look for damaged gravestones. In many cases, we find paranormal energy around those graves and markers.
Sometimes the person named on them is indignant or grief-stricken over what’s happened.
That’s understandable. The grave was his or her final resting place, and it’s been neglected or even vandalized. There’s no excuse for that.
Usually, there’s little we can do besides offer sympathy and consolation. I’m not sure that’s enough to give closure to the spirit, so he (or she) can “cross over.”
However, it’s worth a try.
The following photos show the kinds of damage I’ve seen — and investigated, successfully — in haunted cemeteries.
(Until the photo gallery is restored at this site, this illustration shows the kinds of pictures I’ve featured.)
For more information about cemetery research, read my book, Ghost Hunting in Haunted Cemeteries.