Among the many jewels in OC's collection of body depositories, Anaheim Cemetery is perhaps the shiniest. Established in 1866, its soil is fertilized by the area's earliest pioneers. Home to the first public mausoleum on the west coast, (take that, Rose Hills), its garden of crooked headstones counts Rev. Lemuel Webber, founder of Westminster among its tenants. Several family vaults, no longer visited by relatives, are padlocked, but the buildings' exteriors exhibit gorgeous architecture in varying styles, some adorned with stained glass windows.