Lowell Cemetery virtual tour
April 5, 2020 by DickH Posted in History 10 Comments
Here’s my first attempt at a true “virtual tour” all on video. It’s a 30-minute trip through historic Lowell Cemetery. It’s posted on YouTube and Facebook. I hope it is the first of many:
If the above video viewer doesn’t work go directly to YouTube to see the video.
10 Responses to Lowell Cemetery virtual tour
Richard Howe, This tour was fascinating and engrossing. My high school was across the street from a major cemetery and we’d often take our lunch and eat at the gravesides. Many of the graves have photos on the stones we’d wonder about the people there. I have written many a poem and a short novel about it. Among my favorite books is Edgar Lee Masters Spoon River Anthologies.
I will certainly listen for more. I would imagine you will get to Kerouac’s grave in coming editions. Again, I was utterly taken by your incredible tour.
This was awesome. Really appreciate all the time you spent in doing this for all of us. Missing Lowell Walks but this is the next best thing. Stay well and be safe.
This was excellent. Great photos and I learnt some stuff. Thank you.
Very entertaining, Edith Norse Rogers had the VA hospital in Bedford named after her.
very interesting. do you have other videos available for viewing?
A lot of history there, Dick. Great job.
Thank you so much for publishing this. I have an affinity for all of our local cemetery in virtually grew up in the Edson cemetery. I hope that you have more to come. Be well.
Thank you!You never cease to edify and entertain with your tours. Thank you for being so generous with your time and research shared.
What an interesting virtual tour! Thank you for publishing! I look forward to additional tours!
This was great, Dick. I hope to join you for the real thing in the fall.