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  • Cemeteries and Graveyards
    • Bide A Wee
        • Cemetery on Mars: "And after the towns were built and named, the graveyards were built and named, too: Green Hill, Moss Town, Boot Hill, Bide a Wee; and the first dead went into their graves." (The Naming of Names)
    • Birches Cemetery
        • Cemetery on Maple Sugar Road in Castle Rock that was vandalized - desecrated - the day after George's mother yelled at Gramma. (story Gramma)
    • Boot Hill
        • Cemetery on Mars: "And after the towns were built and named, the graveyards were built and named, too: Green Hill, Moss Town, Boot Hill, Bide a Wee; and the first dead went into their graves." (The Naming of Names)
    • Cementario De La Puerta Del Cielo
        • Cemetery in Zihuantanejo where Tandy and Todd catch Karl eating a corpse (Season 4 episode 10 Paint Misbehavin')
    • Clifton Municipal Cemetery
        • Mentioned in the newspaper obituaries that Bruce finds when he returns to his office in Miami.
    • Court of Honor
        • Exclusive cemetery at Sales from the Crypt funeral home, featuring a Weeping Widow service, a crying woman for rent. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
    • Crown Ridge Cemetery
        • Where Maia tells her foster parents they will be buried. They receive a pamphlet in the mail the next day, returning her to quarantine shortly thereafter. (Pilot episode)
    • Eastside Cemetery
        • Cemetery featured in Season 2 episode 12 Sins of the Fathers. Where Duke's father's body was moved to from Eastside Cemetery.
    • Gotham Cemetery
        • Nightwing and Catwoman investigate the report of a person breaking the lock on the Gotham Cemetery gate, encountering Scarecrow inside the grounds.
    • The Graveyard of The Future
        • Graveyard in Homer's fantasy about his future death. (Season 2 episode Wizard of Evergreen Terrace)
    • Green Hill
        • Cemetery on Mars: "And after the towns were built and named, the graveyards were built and named, too: Green Hill, Moss Town, Boot Hill, Bide a Wee; and the first dead went into their graves." (The Naming of Names)
    • Green Lawn Park
        • Cemetery back on Earth where LaFarge and his wife buried their son Tom: "You're right," he said, and turned his hands again to the heat. He gazed into the fire. "I won't speak of it any more. It's just I miss driving out to Green Lawn Park every Sunday to put flowers on his marker. It used to be our only excursion." (Chapter: The Martian)
    • Greenwood Cemetery
        • Cemetery where Gabriela first confronts Logan about helping her.
    • Harmony Hill Cemetery
        • Cemetery in Castle Rock where the kid tells Molly to bring Henry - but Henry turns him in and the police arrest him. (Season 1 episode Romans)
    • Hilltop Cemetery
        • Cemetery in Pawnee. Resodding it is listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • Lodge Grass Cemetery
        • Mentioned in the newspaper obituaries that Bruce finds when he returns to his office in Miami.
    • Mictlāntēcutli
        • Moon base and cemetery, named for the god of the dead in Aztec mythology.
    • Moss Town
        • Cemetery on Mars: "And after the towns were built and named, the graveyards were built and named, too: Green Hill, Moss Town, Boot Hill, Bide a Wee; and the first dead went into their graves." (The Naming of Names)
    • New Haven Cemetery
        • Cemetery the janitor mentions - where his wife is buried. (Host Saoirse Ronan December 2, 2017 skit Late for Class)
    • North Haven Cemetery
        • Where the supernatural investigative TV show Dark Side Seekers that comes to Haven to investigate a murder starts recording their show in Season 4 episode 11 Shot in the Dark.
    • Oak Ridge Cemetery
        • Using a magic spell, Lewis brings Izard back to life in the local cemetery. "The trumpet shall sound and the dead shall be raised" is written across the arch, from the Bible (King James Version), Corinthians 15:52 - "In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed."
    • Pleasant View Cemetery
        • Cemetery in Bangor where Timmy Baterman was buried in 1943, and Gage Creed in 1984. Both were dug up by their fathers, and re-buried in the Micmac burying ground.
        • Cemetery in Haven where the Colorado Kid was buried (plot 301). From Season 3 episode 1 301. Mentioned as possible burial site for Jennifer in Season 5 episode 2 Speak No Evil.
    • Sacred Saints Cemetery
        • Cemetery where Elektra was buried. (Season 2 episode A Cold Day in Hell's Kitchen)
        • Cemetery where Elektra was buried. Now resurrected, she breaks into Matt's apartment and finds a bookmark with the name of the cemetery on it. (Episode Ashes, Ashes)
    • Seaside Cemetery
        • Cemetery mentioned in Season 2 episode 12 Sins of the Fathers. Where Duke's father used to be buried, but was then moved to Eastside Cemetery.
    • Smallville Cemetery
        • Local cemetery, from various episodes.
        • Lois digs up Chloe’s grave. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
        • Cemetery where Lana's best friend Emily Eve Dinsmore's is buried. (Season 2 episode Accelerate)
    • Springfield Cemetery
        • Local cemetery in Springfield. (Season 2 episode Treehouse of Horror, Season 3 Treehouse of Horror II, Season 6 episode Round Springfield)
        • Cemetery in Springfield where Homer was supposed to be buried when he faked his own death. (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson)
        • Homer, Lenny and Carl dress up in white suits, complete with top hat and tails, and go to the cemetery to dance on Mr. Burns' grave after they believe he was killed in the Geezer Rock incident. Mr. Burns meets them there. (Season 15 episode Fraudcast News)
        • When the neighborhood protests construction of a stamp museum, the decision is made to build it on the site of Springfield Cemetery, and relocate the cemetery to the Simpsons' neighborhood. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • Springfield Children's Cemetery
        • Homer and Marge take the kids to the doctor for shot day. Dr. Hibbert tells Bart to look out the window, it'll make him feel better. What's out there is Springfield Children's Cemetery. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • Tartarus Acres
        • Cemetery where Tulsa Police Chief Judd Crawford is buried. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
    • Verdant Hills
        • Cemetery where Niles wants a plot. "Seattle's toniest cemetery" (Season 7 episode The Dog that Rocks the Cradle)
    • Westlake Repository
        • Where Ripley's daughter is buried.
    • Woodbine Cemetery
        • Glenda and Deke drive to the Woodbine cemetery, where he shows her the Tomb of Deke Rivers. He explains that when the orphanage he lived in burned down eleven years earlier, he decided to bury his past, and took Rivers' name.

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