I stumbled upon the perfect creepiness 

I needed to waste 20 minutes near Post Rd/Calle Betances/2R (it has a lot of names) and I finally walked in the park I’ve been eyeing since we moved here.  It was closed for repair, but reopened a few months ago.

new steps over old, stray cat

img_6483.jpg

lone mango

It’s a cemetery! I guess I should’ve realized that because it says cemetery near the road but I forgot, and it looks like just a park from the front.

Mayaguez has cool cemeteries.  This was is huge – like 4 acres or so.

IMG_6494

stray cats

IMG_6499

selfies in cemeteries!

Cemeteries are not this cool where I come from.

IMG_6487 IMG_6497 IMG_6500

There was an opening in the outer wall, which led to the ‘poor’ peoples area.  At least that’s what I assumed. It was wonderfully creepy.  Beautifully neglected.  And even mother nature was making it haunted with vines hanging down off the trees.

IMG_6501

extra crosses, tiny plots

It made me smile so broadly! Oh the photos I could create here! I will be back with my camera!  I am literally rubbing my hands together brainstorming all the possibilities!

IMG_6509

Palmer is a German name…not Puerto Rican…hmm…

IMG_6506 IMG_6507

 

 

This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to I stumbled upon the perfect creepiness 

  1. Barbara Schutt says:

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who likes old cemeteries. These are great photos in black and white and I love your so serious expression 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *