TheTravel.com did a series on the top 10, and I'm sharing them again here. BTW, cemeteries aren't haunted. Earth bound ghosts who chose to stay, stay at places they knew in life, a place where they died, lived or liked. However, spirits who have crossed over can come back and visit living people in cemeteries. Now, on to the bizarre cemetery of the day...
Pere Lachaise, FrancePère Lachaise Cemetery, the largest cemetery in Paris, looks like a normal, albeit magnificent, Western cemetery, but within its gates lay the bodies of some of the most prominent figures in recent history. The most visited cemetery in the world, Père Lachaise is also noted for being the first garden cemetery and the first municipal cemetery in Paris.
The number of prominent, talented people laid to rest at Père Lachaise is countless, including Jim Morrison, Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde, Frederic Chopin, Marcel Proust, and Sarah Bernhardt. If you want to be buried in Père Lachaise, you'll have to join the waiting list and live or die in Paris.