On the busy corner of Lake and Cedar in Minneapolis, just 10 feet from the sidewalk, one can find old gravestones standing in stoic silence. Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery is not a peaceful resting place. In the winter the slumber is relatively tranquil, but June, July, and August bring an urban cacophony with the sticky heat as swirling hip-hop sounds mix with Latin beats or trade rhythms with loud engines and car horns. Rumor has it that at night one can sometimes hear voices in this graveyard complaining and commiserating. It's said that it's the sound of rattled souls cursing those who placed them in this gritty,... More >>>