Pokémon Go Is Literally Taking Players To People’s Graves

July 17, 2016
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Article originally published by: BuzzFeed

1. In case you didn’t know, cemeteries are all the rage right now.

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In case you didn't know, cemeteries are all the rage right now.

Why?

2. Because Pokémon Go!

Because Pokémon Go!

This is 2016. THIS IS THE WORLD WE ARE LIVING IN.

3. Turns out there are quite a few PokéStops and gyms in cemeteries.

Turns out there are quite a few PokéStops and gyms in cemeteries.

4. That means people are flocking to random people’s graves.

That means people are flocking to random people's graves.

5. Like people are literally running around cemeteries trying to catch Pokémon.

Like people are literally running around cemeteries trying to catch Pokémon.

6. Everything is so weird.

Everything is so weird.

7. It’s out of control.

It's out of control.

8. Like, seriously OUT OF CONTROL.

Like, seriously OUT OF CONTROL.

9. Some of the stops in the cemeteries are…questionable.

Some of the stops in the cemeteries are...questionable.

10. For example, Lizzie Borden (the woman who chopped up her family), has her own grave site.

For example, Lizzie Borden (the woman who chopped up her family), has her own grave site.

11. And it’s weird to think that you are going to randos’ graves to pick up Poké Balls.

And it's weird to think that you are going to randos' graves to pick up Poké Balls.

12. It’s like the 2016 form of grave robbing.

It's like the 2016 form of grave robbing.

13. And, of course, people are getting into trouble.

And, of course, people are getting into trouble.

14. But, hey, it’s bringing people together:

But, hey, it's bringing people together:

15. I mean, who doesn’t need to work on their fence-climbing?

I mean, who doesn't need to work on their fence-climbing?

16. And finally, new life is literally being breathed into cemeteries.

And finally, new life is literally being breathed into cemeteries.

17. People are meeting people in the place where all friendships blossom, the graveyard.

People are meeting people in the place where all friendships blossom, the graveyard.

18. Cemeteries are…alive…again.

Cemeteries are...alive...again.

19. People are finally giving ol’ Millard his due.

People are finally giving ol' Millard his due.

He was the 11th president of the United States.

20. And if you’re going to die and you don’t donate your body to science, you might as well donate it to Pokémon.

And if you're going to die and you don't donate your body to science, you might as well donate it to Pokémon.

JK.

21. IN CONCLUSION:

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