05/20/2012 09:36 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Spookiest US Cemeteries: What's Your Most-Visited?

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 rounds one and two each have unique selling points. Saint Louis #1 is infamous for its strong New Orleans heritage, while a trip to Glenwood is like a peek back into Civil War-era US.

But which one is America's spookiest cemetery?

Voting has ended! Click here to find out who was chosen as the spookiest US cemetery.

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.

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