The Cathedral of St. John
This churchyard and cemetery was a favored wandering spot for both H.P. Lovecraft and Edgar Allan Poe. The cemetery is small and partly hidden by the church. The memorials are old and crumbling. Though it seems much more cheerful than the place Lovecraft described as possibly harboring a "vampiric horror burrowing down there & emitting vague miasmatic influences"... still it is a pretty cool place.
Right behind the churchyard is the Edgar Allan Poe in 1848, but the engagement was broken off before the year was out. During his time wooing Sarah, Poe would visit St. John's Churchyard and take strolls amongst the memorials.
Decades later, author H.P. Lovecraft was drawn to the location regularly during his walks and drew inspiration from it. He once admitted in a letter to having "sat down on an altar-tomb [to write] rhymed acrostics on the name of Edgar Allan Poe."