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


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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.


stray cats


selfies in cemeteries!

Cemeteries are not this cool where I come from.

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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.


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!


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

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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 🙂

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