Just a Stroll through a Random Cemetery on the Way Home (Linn Cemetery, Wentzville, MO)…

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Patrick Keller is an educator, blogger, and the host of the Big Séance Podcast, which is a place for paranerds to have an open discussion on all things paranormal, but specifically topics like ghosts and hauntings, paranormal research, spirit communication, psychics and mediums, and life after death. He’s the founder of the now inactive Missouri Spirit Seekers and has spent a lot of time experimenting with spirit communication tools and techniques, such as EVP. Patrick also has a passion for spending hours at a time in cemeteries and loves cemetery photography. Visit BigSeance.com! View all posts by Patrick Keller

7 responses to “Just a Stroll through a Random Cemetery on the Way Home (Linn Cemetery, Wentzville, MO)…

  • Ash

    I love cemeteries. They’re so peaceful. Yep – I’m a total weirdo.

    • Patrick

      Yep… me too. I spent some time in them growing up. I used to sometimes pack a lunch and take it to the cemetery near my Grandma’s house. One of these days I’ll post pics from a trip to Bellefontaine Cemetery… Been there?

      • Ash

        I’ve driven by it many times and always ALWAYS want to go in lol The one off North & South and Delmar has always fascinated me too.

        There is a small (i’d say maybe 40 or so people buried there) old old old cemetery out by one of my dad’s old farms – on top of a hill, on top of another hill, down a gravel road, up a field road or 3 in the middle of the woods… yeah, one of those. If you didn’t know where it was, you’d never know it was there. It’s on top of a hill that is the highest point in the county I grew up in. There’s a clearing on the farthest end (the oldest end) and you can see for 20 miles or more.

        The oldest headstone is from pre-civil war (i think – the dates are mixed up! It says she died in 1864 and was born in 1804! How pissed would you be if someone effed up your headstone?lol). I used to know her name but I’ve forgotten it now. The rest of the older headstones are mostly from babies that died when they were born. They’ve all fallen over and broken. Many are just leaning up against the trees because nobody knows where they belong anymore.

        It’s beautiful, and was – maybe still is – my favorite place in the world. I would go up there and just chill by myself on a pretty sunny day. I’d also take my friends up there at night and scare the shit out of them lol I used to want to be buried there when I died – now I don’t really care. Cremate me, spread my ashes there.

        Funny – I was just telling someone about this place Tuesday night.

  • Thomas Spychalski

    Yeah I’m a ‘weirdo’ too lol…nice pics!

  • Maria Laing

    I am thinking….no matter where we roam, how long we are here, our lives are marked by a stone, an inscription, and a small space……on this plane it all comes down to that. What a small mark to represent all that we are and that we experience!!!

  • Paranormalogistically

    I love cemeteries…so peaceful. I have often recorded clear EVP in many of the ones I’ve been to. Beautiful pictures Patrick! There is so much art in these old graveyards.

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