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Spookiest US Cemeteries: Vote For Your Favorite - Round Two

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This week at HuffPost Travel, national tourism takes a spooky turn. We're taking a look at just a handful of the most visited cemeteries across the US. The locations you favored in round one each have a unique selling point. Saint Louis #1 is infamous for its strong New Orleans heritage, while Mount Moriah is the original resting place of Deadwood. Kingston Presbyterian is an amazing example of our Victorian past, while a trip to Glenwood is like peaking back into the Civil War.

Which one is America's spookiest cemetery?

Vote below for your most revered US cemetery, and leave a comment to tell us why your choice should move on to the next round! Voting on round two ends at 11:59pm on Friday, May 18th.

Stay tuned throughout the month to vote on more amazing American destinations, or catch up with all the nominees here. Be sure to follow @HuffPostTravel on Twitter and Facebook to find out which spots have a special place in our hearts and follow the entire challenge here.

Spookiest US Cemetery:


Spookiest US Cemetery:


PHOTOS: Mount Moriah: South Dakota Department of Tourism; Glenwood: Greater Houston CVB; Bellefontaine: St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission; Kingston Presbyterian: Myrtle Beach Area CVB; St. Louis #1: Chris Granger; Jacksonville Pioneer: Mike Tupper; Linkville Pioneer: Discover Klamath; Glenwood: Yazoo County CVB/Dawn Rosenberg Davis

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