Noun: cem-i-tar-i-an \ ce-me-ter-e-en
1) When on vacation, someone who compels the family to stop at new cemeteries along the way.
2) One who is interested in the history and preservation of cemeteries.
Sometimes referred to as a Taphophile or Tombstone Tourist, Cemeterians are people who hold a sincere fascination with the history and art found in old cemeteries. Visiting historic cemeteries at every opportunity, learning about the folks who are interred there, reading epitaphs, and simply enjoying the serene environment are all signs that you are a Cemeterian.