The Graveyard

 

After much heartache in trying to find the cemetery where TCM was filmed, I asked Gunnar Hansen to ask Bob Burns where the cemetery is that was used in TCM.  Gunnar responded a day or two later saying that he spoke to Burns and remembered to ask him.  So on January 30th, 2000, my wife and I made a trek to the cemetery where parts of TCM were filmed.  The cemetery is located in Leander, TX.  Which is just northwest of Austin, TX.

 

Follow the Map to the Cemetery

Front of the Cemetery

Follow the Map to the Cemetery

Front of the Cemetery

 

Column and Casket Tombstones The Street, Walkway, and other pictures.
Column and Casket Tombstones The Street, Walkway, and other pictures

Fan Fotos of the Cemetery

Greg Cornell
Greg and his family traveled from Canada to visit the original film locations.  Check out his pics!  #1 & #2.

David Hurray
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Todd Hopkins
Todd made a recent pilgrimage to the film locations.  Check out his pictures.  #1, #2, #3 & #4.

Robby Inman
Robby made a trip to the cemetery and took THIS shot.

Brett McBean
Brett traveled all the way from Australia to see the TCM sites for himself.  #1 & #2.

Sean McCormack
Sean made a pilgrimage to the cemetery recently and took these pics. #1,#2 &#3.

Lyndsi Ouellette
LYndsi made a pilgrimage to the cemetery. #1,#2,#3,#4,#5 &#6.

Peter Paulsen
#1 & #2

Bryan Pears
A pic of the tombstones from Bagdad Cemetery that is seen from the opening shot of the movie.

Kyle Polk
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y7/Cemetery_Ghoul/cemetery2.jpg
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y7/Cemetery_Ghoul/cemetery1.jpg

Resovoirdogmxz
#1 &#2.

Dane Sears
#1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10 & #11.

David Spencer
David went to several film locations, including the BBQ shack.  Check out his online album HERE.

John Tullis
John Tullis submitted a high quality and CREEPY picture of the cemetery used in the film.

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