Like Waikumete Cemetery in New Zealand, the beautiful, yet eerie Brookwood Cemetery also had it’s own train, ferrying people to their final resting place. The trains ran from 1854 until 1945 and the service was begun as London started to run out of graves – Brookwood is just over 25 miles from the city. Sounds and crying have been heard many times from the tombs and mausoleums here as well as green and white mists floating around graves. Many visitors report feelings of anxiety, sadness and nausea around certain parts of the cemetery. Could this be the residual emotions of the long dead occupants hanging in the atmosphere? The path that the train track was on is still there and it’s said that if you walk it, you can often hear the sounds of women and babies crying. Occasionally, sounds of a train have also been heard. Strange reports of rituals, both ghostly and real, have been noted and it is definitely not a place to be after the sun goes down.