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All photographs on DarkDestiny.co.uk are the property of the owner.
 
All photographs on this site have been taken lawfully and where relevant with permission and paid permits from the appropriate authority.
 
Dark Destiny.co.uk will not be held responsible for the use or misuse of any information or material within this website.
 
We are aware of the emotive issues involved with our subject matter and have no wish to cause offense.
 
This sites primary purpose is to capture the atmosphere and architecture left behind by a revolutionary age and to promote the active interest and preservation of such Cemeteries for future generations.

While we actively encourage people to visit cemeteries featured in this site we would also ask that when doing so they should dress and behave in an respectful manor. Please remember that grieving relatives may be present and the utmost respect should be shown to both the living and the deceased.

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For help and support with Bereavement please visit the following websites -
 
http://www.crusebereavementcare.org.uk/
 
http://www.childbereavement.org.uk/
 
http://www.bereavementmag.com/

Old Guest Book Entries

submitted on October 3, 2014 11:52 PM EST
Name:    Telena
Email Address:   
Web site URL:   
Comments:   
How did you hear about this site?    Deathand dementia.com

submitted on April 13, 2012 2:28 PM EST
Name:    kathe lake
Email Address:    iskonot@yahoo.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:   
How did you hear about this site?    pop-up

submitted on March 17, 2012 10:26 AM EST
Name:    Christine
Email Address:    cristina.euro@gmail.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    Lovely, haunting imagery. We don't have too many local opportunities for such, here in the States, so I always enjoy wandering beautiful, ancient cemeteries when I'm abroad. I'll be in London soon, so you've helped me make some decisions here, thanks.
How did you hear about this site?    a link off a forum post on tripadvisor

submitted on November 21, 2011 4:14 PM EST
Name:    Jeane Trend-Hill
Email Address:   
Web site URL:    www.homestead.com/askjeane
Comments:    Really enjoyed looking around your site – lovely photos. Best wishes from a fellow cemetery photographer.
How did you hear about this site?    Google search

submitted on August 19, 2011 3:23 PM EST
Name:    Charlotte
Email Address:    harley1912@yahoo.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    Hello, this is beautiful. I'm sure I'm in the wrong country. Lovely work here, I am enthralled. Thank you.
How did you hear about this site?    Looking up Thomas Sayers online

submitted on March 3, 2011 12:48 PM EST
Name:    Wm. Staats
Email Address:    staatsbil@yahoo.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    Thank you for your excellant work!
How did you hear about this site?    Wikipedia stumble upon

submitted on November 3, 2010 6:43 PM EST
Name:    Lysander
Email Address:    joketoofar@gmail.com
Web site URL:    http://www.flickr.com/photos/lysander666/collections/72157624962953097/
Comments:    Just found this - great to see someone else had the same idea. Love the site and photos, cemeteries are beautiful places.
How did you hear about this site?    Wikipedia

submitted on July 4, 2010 3:07 PM EST
Name:    Jacqui Smith
Email Address:    doormat67@hotmail.co.uk
Web site URL:   
Comments:    Brilliant website, wanted to find something 'different' in London, I love victorian cemeteries and heard about some fantastic cemeteries in the capital. Loved the pictures on your website.
How did you hear about this site?    google

submitted on October 24, 2009 3:12 PM EST
Name:    david regan
Email Address:    zeld`123321@yahoo.co.uk
Web site URL:   
Comments:    why shut this site ? stuff em if they dont like it dont look if you want to know about magnificent seven this is the place by the way undercliffe in bradford is well worth a look as is sheffield
How did you hear about this site?    carnt remember been looking for years

submitted on August 11, 2009 8:17 AM EST
Name:    andy downs
Email Address:    adowns0164@gmail.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    love this site !!! i tried to register , but couldn't find a registration page !!
How did you hear about this site?    found a link through gothic london

submitted on December 5, 2008 2:06 AM EST
Name:    wd
Email Address:    sdpavds3@bigpond.net.au
Web site URL:   
Comments:    Stunning imagery. I am researching the symbolic meaning behind Victorian funerary customs and stumbled across your website. An enjoyable read, I'll revisit.
How did you hear about this site?    wikipedia

submitted on October 22, 2008 12:43 PM EST
Name:    Michele
Email Address:    kitjank@aol.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    Your photographs are just stunning!. I can't tell you how much I enjoy looking at them and reading about the history of the cemeteries. Thanks so much for all the time and effort you have put into this amazing site! I visit often!
How did you hear about this site?    Yahoo Search

submitted on September 19, 2008 12:37 PM EST
Name:    MJ
Email Address:    kitjank@aol.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    really wonderful website. Thanks so much for all the info!
How did you hear about this site?    Just kind of found you!

submitted on August 22, 2008 7:13 PM EST
Name:    Ana Squire
Email Address:    pjars@orcon.net.nz
Web site URL:   
Comments:    I am interested in William Wylde's monument in Bromhead cemetery. Is there any one who could copy the words off for me. Thank you
How did you hear about this site?    Wikipedia

submitted on February 28, 2008 7:55 PM EST
Name:    Waverley Cemetery
Email Address:    Cemetery@waverley.nsw.gov.au
Web site URL:    www.waverley.nsw.gov.au/cemetery
Comments:   
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submitted on February 19, 2008 5:56 AM EST
Name:    Martin Newsome
Email Address:    princeoliver@sky.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    Very interesting and informative site. Well done.
How did you hear about this site?    Website link

submitted on January 30, 2008 6:58 PM EST
Name:    Johnny Surreal
Email Address:    spookydean7@msn.com
Web site URL:    www.myspace.com/thesurrealcast
Comments:   
How did you hear about this site?    www.thechurchdallas.com

submitted on January 24, 2008 7:01 PM EST
Name:    jean
Email Address:    tdent6@aol.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    If anyone is visiting in the Bradford area of West Yorkshire make sure you check out our beautiful Undercliffe cemetery,it`s not all down London you know!
How did you hear about this site?    surfing

submitted on December 24, 2007 5:28 PM EST
Name:    Cecilia
Email Address:    nitedrive73@hotmail.com
Web site URL:    www.neurotica73.wordpress.com
Comments:    Wonderful site,I´ve been browsing around for information about the magnificent seven.I have visited Highgate once,15 years ago,and when I see the pics I realise it´s even more magnificent than I remember.Thanks for sharing!
How did you hear about this site?    Wikipedia

submitted on December 21, 2007 11:29 AM EST
Name:    The Proprietors
Email Address:    bellamorte@wowway.com
Web site URL:    http://www.bellamorte.net/
Comments:    Outstanding Site! We, the Proprietors at Bella Morte (see link above) are more than a little impressed by "Dark Destiny" and will be adding a link to your fine site today. The photos are breathtaking and the work you have put into your site is everywhere apparent! We wish you every success and are delighted to share the appreciation of cemeteries with our fellows in the UK.
How did you hear about this site?    Cemetery Photos Web Ring

submitted on October 26, 2007 10:25 AM EST
Name:    tim myall
Email Address:    tim@timothymyall.co.uk
Web site URL:   
Comments:    nice to be able to explore - despite knowing of all of them i have only visited Brompton on a walk through.
How did you hear about this site?    wikepedia

submitted on October 18, 2007 6:14 PM EST
Name:    John H Jones
Email Address:    hj5217@yahoo.co.uk
Web site URL:   
Comments:    A fascinating site, after visiting Highgate many years ago, and returned many times, it is good to know that these symbols of love and imagination are shared by others. John
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submitted on September 1, 2007 6:53 AM EST
Name:    David
Email Address:    afootytop@gmail.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    Curious as to why the London Necropolis is not listed on this site. Surely it overshadows most of the others.
How did you hear about this site?    Google

submitted on June 15, 2007 4:40 PM EST
Name:    D.
Email Address:    alexandershanegraham@hotmail.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    Great site! Highgate is fascinating! Which other of the "7" are worth a visit AND is it safe to visit those you recommend? Thank you so much.
How did you hear about this site?    surfing

submitted on May 2, 2007 8:32 AM EST
Name:    yvonne smuts
Email Address:    ysmuts@xsinet.co.za
Web site URL:   
Comments:    these are beutiful graphics - searched for something about isaac watts and landed up here - great work!
How did you hear about this site?    am editor for publisher and had to look up the spelling of isaac watts

submitted on February 21, 2007 4:44 PM EST
Name:    Jeane Trend-Hill
Email Address:   
Web site URL:    www.homestead.com/askjeane
Comments:    Great website, stunning photos.
How did you hear about this site?    Cemetery webring

submitted on February 18, 2007 11:05 AM EST
Name:    Isis
Email Address:    isabela.pardal@gmail.com
Web site URL:   
Comments:    Good evening, I will make a journey to London in April, and I was looking for informations to make a "different" trip, something unusual. So, for me your site, it's perfect! Full of informations and beautiful pictures! I visited in Portugal, in Porto to be precise, a beautiful cemetery called Cemitério de Agramonte. People who love the victorian cemeteries would probably love this portuguese cemetery too. I wouldn't be surprised if somebody tell that the creator of that cemetery had a victorian inspiration. Whatever, thank you for your site and apologize my English, I don't speak and write it since a long time!
How did you hear about this site?    I found it with google :-)

submitted on November 11, 2006 10:41 AM EST
Name:   
Email Address:   
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Comments:    your pictures of thundridge old church mad e me laugh " it wsa not safe to venture inside " haha, that means you missed out the slightly hidden staircase from which you can climb really high up. silly lol
How did you hear about this site?   

submitted on May 24, 2006 9:34 PM EST
Name:    violet
Email Address:    death.violet@gmail.com
Web site URL:    http://www.gothopia.com/profile.php?id=1626
Comments:    love your site. i've posted a few of your pix on my gothopia page & linked back to your site.
How did you hear about this site?    surfin'

submitted on April 28, 2006 8:55 AM EST
Name:    Vampire Research Society
Email Address:    vampireresearchsociety@gothicpress.freeserve.co.uk
Web site URL:    http://www.gothicpress.freeserve.co.uk/Vampire%20Research%20Society.htm
Comments:    Message Boards: http://groups.msn.com/TheCrossandTheStake http://groups.msn.com/HighgateVampire http://highgatevampire.proboards22.com http://groups.msn.com/VampireResearchSociety http://groups.msn.com/BritishOccultSociety http://groups.msn.com/KirkleesVampire Books: The Highgate Vampire: The World of the Undead Unearthed at London’s Highgate Cemetery http://www.gothicpress.freeserve.co.uk/Hightgate%20Vampire%20Book.htm The Vampire Hunter’s Handbook: A Concise Vampirological Guide http://www.gothicpress.freeserve.co.uk/Handbook.htm Carmel: A Vampire Tale http://www.gothicpress.freeserve.co.uk/Carmel.htm Discussion of Books: http://groups.msn.com/The-Highgate-Vampire http://groups.msn.com/Carmel-AVampireTale Information about the Vampire Research Society and the Highgate Vampire case: http://www.gothicpress.freeserve.co.uk/Highgate%20Vampire%20Domain.htm
How did you hear about this site?    Brought to our attention by those concerned about the version of the Highgate Vampire case on this site.