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More People Are Embracing Dark Tourism

by | Sep 27, 2018 | In the News

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More people are embracing dark tourism, whether it’s visiting famous cemeteries, memorials, haunted locations, or other death-related places.

According to Alex Grebenar, a researcher for the University of Central Lancashire’s Institute for Dark Tourism Research, dark tourism is defined as “tourism to sites associated with death, disasters and atrocities.”

To read the full article by Casey Cooper-Fiske in the Funeral Service Times, click here.


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