Memorial Pet Cemetery - Roseville
One of the great spooky secrets we have in the Twin Cities is Memorial Pet Cemetery in Roseville. Located just north of Hwy 36 and right down the road from Roseville High School, is a tiny cemetery established in the early 1920’s (then known as Feist Cemetery) as a place for people to bury their beloved pets.
Now closed to any new burials, Memorial Pet Cemetery is only one of two pet cemeteries in the Twin Cities (the other being Animal Inn Pet Cemetery in Lake Elmo), and is the final resting place to cats, dogs, birds, and even a squirrel.
And as an added spooky bonus, rumors persist that human remains are also buried on the grounds. The story is, a woman from Duluth had called the caretaker and said that after she dies, she wanted to be buried with her dog on the grounds. Calls were made to the state about this, she eventually died and was cremated. Then her ashes disappeared.
Happy Halloween, you guys!