This Halloween you could combine a cemetery visit with a suitably spooky ghost tour somewhere in the world. Halloween is a great excuse to get dressed up and to learn about the history and heritage of the festival too.Norra Begravningsplatsen, Sweden The Norra Begravningsplatsen cemetery opened in 1827 to the north of Sweden’s capital city, Stockholm. There are several famous Swedes buried here including Alfred Nobel the founder of the Nobel Prize, actress Ingrid Bergman and Ulrich Salchow, the Olympic figure skater. The UNESCO recognised Skogskyrkogården Cemetery in south Stockholm contains Greta Garbo’s grave. First Cemetery of Athens, Greece The Athens cemetery opened in 1837 and contains many ornate tombs of famous Greek celebrities and politicians, such as actress and politician Melina Mercouri, poet Giorgos Seferis and several Greek Prime Ministers such as Charilaos Trikoupis, George Papandreou and Andreas Papandreou. Edgwarebury Cemetery, Barnet, London Troubled singer Amy Winehouse passed away in July 2011 and is recognised at the Jewish Edgware Cemetery in North London. She shares a black gravestone with pink writing with her grandmother. Amy isn’t actually buried here as she was cremated after her death.