As some of you can tell I have often enjoyed visiting cemeteries and seeing some of the history contained there as it can be quite educational and there really are some fascinating people buried in some otherwise quite ordinary cemeteries.
The caches that I have done that take people in or near cemeteries have been done in cemeteries that for the most part are seldom used or in some cases nearly forgotten . . . and in all cases the cache itself is located outside of the cemetery.
If you're ever in Vermont one of the most fascinating cemetery headstones I have ever seen was that of President Calvin Coolidge who was a very unassuming man while in office. While Presidents these days have Libraries built for them and rather ornate memorials, Coolidge's gravestone looks like all the others around it with the exception that it has a Presidential seal on the stone and mentions the fact that he was a President -- talk about humility (something that a lot of today's leaders could learn something about.)
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."
"Death is only one of many ways to die."