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Cemetery Reflections :: A Video Podcast by NCR with The SunShining. Reflections at a Cemetery. Reflections to inspire people to live life to the fullest. And take advantage of life while you still have it. And to smile while you still have teeth. Also, I want to encourage you to be light while you still have a life!
 
The world's number 1 Goth talk podcast! On the Cemetery Confessions podcast we discuss news related to the goth experience with a different guest each month, exploring the history, music, literature, fashion and community of the culture. We also feature interviews with artists and academics, album, book and movie reviews, debates, drama and more!
 
Most people have a variety of feelings when it comes to cemeteries. Each Friday, join Jarod Terrell, a former Cemetery Sexton, as he shares stories of his time working in the cemetery industry. If you always had a fascination with gravesites, cemeteries, headstones, and horror/scary stories or films this podcast is for you. Welcome to Cemetery Tales Podcast. Enjoy!
 
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Dianne and Jennie attempt to uncover the history surrounding a wooded cemetery located inside of Indian springs State Park in Butts County, Georgia. We are hoping this episode will encourage anyone who has more information on this cemetery to let us know. Perhaps your ancestors are buried there? We would love to learn more of the stories laid to re…
 
This is mainly a video podcast :: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVFDO78j8K17faIlDUfjXUg Also, this update was not recorded at a cemetery. Thanks so much for listening!!! --- If this video left you asking ok what is happening with season 3 of #CemeteryReflectionsWithNCR ?? That is totally fine. I kind of have the same question too. I don't know w…
 
This month we invite DJs and musicians from different parts of Latin America on to talk about what it’s like to be part of the local and global community. Our guests are Alexandra, Christian, Dani, Marima, and Tirza! Introductions What is goth 26:25 Is goth too European? 45:48 How are you treated where you live? 1:03:00 Goth families 1:19:00 What a…
 
Kristen Allen, founder of BloomBridge, joins Jennie and Dianne this week to discuss how a promise to her grandmother led to building a business that helps to connect the living and the dead. BloomBridge believes there is something to be said for remembering your loved ones. Honoring someone after they pass is about respect and loyalty. Flowers in a…
 
Jennie and Dianne share the history of Montana's oldest and best preserved ghost town and its cemeteries: Bannack, Montana. They tell of the discovery of gold, the tenacity of the residents and they share some of the obituaries of those who were there when the town was born and when it was no more. Come along to another ordinary, extraordinary ceme…
 
Special guest Karen Dustman tells the stories of stonecutter W.E.Lindsey who is credited with carving many elaborate headstones in Nevada, California, Illinois and many other states. She also shares the research she and her colleagues have done to publish the stories of the many ordinary, extraordinary souls buried in the Genoa Cemetery in Genoa, N…
 
Jennie and Dianne are joined by special guest Jeff Levy to learn the mysterious story behind a unique, exotic and mysterious headstone located in Denver, Colorado's Fairmount Cemetery. We learn that not everything carved in stone is as it seems in this ordinary, extraordinary cemetery.โดย Jennie Johnson & Dianne Hartshorn
 
Jennie and Dianne honor their Irish heritage by exploring Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin, Ireland. This ordinary, extraordinary cemetery is the final resting place to more than 1.5 million souls including Irish revolutionaries, poets, musicians, and many more wonderful people. It is also the site of a tower that allows you to see the ocean and the Ir…
 
Jennie and Dianne visit Denver, Colorado's oldest, continuously operated cemetery, Riverside. They will discuss how Riverside Cemetery replaced Denver's first cemetery, how it lost its water rights, and tell three ordinary, extraordinary stories of some of its permanent residents. While this cemetery is no longer the garden glory it once was, it st…
 
Join Jennie and Dianne as they talk with Lisa Sandmeyer, Superintendent at Historic Topeka Cemetery in Topeka, Kansas. Lisa is a wonderful storyteller as she introduces us to several fascinating women who are permanent residents of the cemetery. Some of these women include: Dr. Harriet Adams, (1867-1938), her sister Zu Adams (1859-1911) who made he…
 
Remember when goth gatherings existed? Wax nostalgic no more! You are cordially invited to join us at my estate in the woods. Dress yourself in your most comfortable finery, pour your favorite beverage and watch out for the candelabras. As we sit around our ornately carved table dripping in crushed velvet as we discuss Marilyn Manson, Big Dick Goth…
 
Lane Gresham and Brooks Garcia join Jennie to tell the stories of those buried in the Old Clarkesville Cemetery in Clarkesville, Georgia. They will introduce us to "the meanest man in Georgia", one of the first great photographers, a young man who lost his life in a tragic farming accident, and many others. They also talk about their many restorati…
 
Jennie, Dianne and special guest Lara Maerz explore Act 3 of Thornton Wilder's play "Our Town". The entire act takes place in the town cemetery. Find out how the fictional cemetery of Grovers Corner, New Hampshire compares to many small town cemeteries across America and around the world. We talk about the importance of sharing and remembering the …
 
Love is in the air! OR buried beneath the soil! Join Jennie and Dianne as they visit Layton Cemetery in the town of Blackpool in Lancashire, England and Oakwood Cemetery in Raleigh, North Carolina. Both of these cemeteries hold the remains of star-crossed lovers and their stories are retold in this episode. We are very grateful to Deborah Contessa …
 
Jennie and Dianne talk with special guest Deborah Andres. Deborah has dedicated two decades of her life to the funeral profession with an enduring mission to elevate death care to serve grieving families with empathy and professionalism. She spent 5 years at Ang Chin Moh Group, one of the most established funeral services providers in Singapore. Pr…
 
This month we take a look at the rarely discussed but ever present subsection of goths who have been in the military. We’ll explore individualism, violence, and yes, politics. Our guests for this episode are Esmeralda and Dusty of the band Vision Video. If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon!…
 
In this episode Jennie and Dianne travel back in time to experience June 25, 1914 in Salem, Massachusetts. On that day the worst fire Salem has ever known swept through much of the city destroying homes, churches, businesses and even part of its first and oldest cemetery, The Old Burying Point. They also "stop by" the grave site of one of the three…
 
Jennie and Dianne virtually visit the gravesites of the first 10 presidents of the United States of America. They also share a bit of each of their inaugural addresses based on what was happening at the time each of these men took the oath of office. By examining each of these addresses, we learn a little about each of these men and how they helped…
 
Jennie and Dianne are joined by Ryan Seidemann and Christine Halling of the Louisiana Cemetery Task Force to discuss what happens to cemeteries and their permanent residents when natural disasters such as floods and hurricanes strike. They share their experience and expertise on planning strategies once they know a storm is about to hit and how the…
 
In this episode Jennie and Dianne pay a visit to the Old Burying Ground, also called the First Congregational Church Cemetery, in Kittery Point, Maine where lie the bodies of six sailors who lost their lives in a wintery sea accident in 1876. It is a tale of woe and one of a community joining together to do what they could to see to it that these m…
 
Join Jennie and Dianne as they read select and rather juicy poems from The Spoon River Anthology by Edgar Lee Masters. These poems are written from the perspective of those buried in the cemetery of the fictional town of Spoon River. Meet husbands and wives who drive each other crazy, the madam of a brothel who must pay regularly to support the pub…
 
Merry Christmas! In this episode Jennie and Dianne make a brief stop at the graveside of Louisa May Alcott and then retell one of her Christmas short stories, Tilly's Christmas. We wish you a very merry Christmas!โดย Jennie Johnson & Dianne Hartshorn
 
Jennie and Dianne travel back in time to explore the Arctic and the North Pole with three explorers who are buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. Will they meet up with the jolly man in red on their journey? They also tell the story of how Wreaths Across America began and how you can become a part of something that has becom…
 
What is grief and how do you cope? This episode is dedicated to grief and at the end of the episode I have numbers to assist if need be. Thank you for listening to the Cemetery Tales Podcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
 
In this episode we talk about two more signs and symbols, cheaper routes for funeral expenses and the introduction of grief. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
 
Dianne and Jennie learn the story of Hanukkah and how it parallels to the American Revolution through the war heroes buried in Chatham Square Jewish Cemetery in New York City, New York. They will share the stories of Gershom Mendes Seixas, Jonas Phillips, Haym Salomon, and several others who felt that their desire to be free to live as their laws a…
 
Minnie Williams stands accusing of killing two husbands and possibly a guy who was in something like “the friend zone.” But did she really? At 16, Minnie left New Orleans to marry 49 year old J.R. Walkup, the mayor of Emporia, Kansas. A month after the wedding, he was dead of arsenic poisoning. Minnie had purchased arsenic and strychnine at local d…
 
It's December and that means for many people a month long celebration of winter festivities as we approach the end of another year. One of those celebrations is, of course, Christmas! In this episode Jennie and Dianne will begin with a visit to the grave of Hetty Green, often called "The Witch of Wall Street". As they tell her story they also share…
 
You're lying if you think goths don't love drama, and as everyone has been preoccupied with staying alive this year, there certainly has there been a lack of drama. So what does the goth cabal do when the scene gets a bit dull? We make the drama! Prepare your bathole The Gothquisition is back to rip the poseurs again! Our Gothquisitioners are as fo…
 
Jennie and Dianne discuss the founding of the oldest cemetery in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Evergreen Cemetery as well as Colorado Springs will be celebrating their 150th anniversary in 2021! It is a cemetery that is near and dear to Dianne's heart as she has spent the past 20 years volunteering there to help keep it maintained and preserve its hi…
 
Jennie and Dianne begin this episode in Oak Grove Cemetery in Saint Marys, Georgia, but to tell the story of the Tomb of Acadians which can be found in this charming cemetery, they must travel back to 1755 and the settlement of Acadie in what is now Nova Scotia, Canada. With a little help from the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and the long memory…
 
Jennie and Diane speak with Ryan M. Seidemann, lawyer, archeologist, anthropologist, professor, and cemeterian as he tells the true story of the U.S. Marshalls and Judge Issac Parker (often known as the Hangin' Judge) at Fort Smith, Arkansas from the 1870's through the 1890's. He takes us through Oak Cemetery and explains how they chose to be remem…
 
Things have been going on and it has my attention. I’ll share these stories with you along with death facts, energy and politics and the first YouTube post. Thank you for listening to The Cemetery Takes Podcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
Did you know that to be buried facing West is symbolic for facing freedom? When is it appropriate to cry for a deceased loved one in Irish tradition? What does it mean when stones and coins are left on gravesites? Find out the answers to these questions along with Jennie and Dianne as they explore ordinary, extraordinary burial customs and cemetery…
 
This month we are looking at the ever shifting spaces goths inhabit, reifying their ritualistic, embodied bringing forth of identity into the world around us. The future of these spaces is now forever changed as the current pandemic robs us of our sacred curated temples to goth. We also review the new album from The Funeral Medieval, share our Sini…
 
Join Dianne and Jennie as they "road trip" from the West coast to the East coast of the United States seeking out ordinary, extraordinary cemeteries that may or may not be haunted. They will be visiting the graves sites in Oregon, California, Idaho, Utah, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Kentucky, Georgia, North Ca…
 
Jennie and Dianne return to Central City, CO to explore the hidden mountain gem that is Bald Mountain Cemetery. They also find out what happened to Central City and Gilpin County in the years after the 1859 Gold Rush through the eyes and poetry of local miner Pete Redmond. Come with us to the Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery!…
 
Join Dianne and Jennie as they tell the story of Hugh and Levinia Champion, a couple who married, had children, and died in Central City, CO during the Colorado gold rush that began in 1859. This is the story of ordinary people living in an extraordinary time and place. You will visit their home of Central City and their final resting place in The …
 
In this episode I talk about the cliches in horror movies, ridding yourself of evil energy and why this ghost up in the car. Smh. Thank you for tuning in to Cemetery Tales Podcast. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
 
Meet taphophiles (cemetery lovers) Jennie and Dianne as they discuss their love for cemeteries, talk cemetery history, and even share a bit of classic literature from Nathaniel Hawthorne. It's the Ordinary, Extraordinary Cemetery! Where every death had a life, and every life had a story.โดย Jennie Johnson & Dianne Hartshorn
 
This episode we discuss death, and why it’s more important than ever to talk about it. Check out Caitlin’s new book here! You can also watch her on YouTube or check out upcoming events on her website. If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon! Loren Rhoads Interview Bess Lovejoy Interview…
 
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