The Highgate Cemetery is a cemetery located in Highgate, a suburb of London.
The cemetery was opened in 1839. Like other cemeteries, it quickly became a fashionable place for burials and was much visited and admired. The Highgate Cemetery is a natural cemetery, whose paths are full of trees, shrubs and flowers.
The Highgate Cemetery is known for his alleged occult past, being a site supposedly supernatural phenomena.
This cemetery, sort of equivalent of Père-Lachaise in Paris for the London city, opened its doors in 1839. It contains many graves of Gothic and Victorian style and is a high place of residence for vampires since the late nineteenth century. More than a century after installation, many “hunters” of vampires continue to survey the scene to flush them out but in vain.