The Gravity Falls Cemetery is a cemetery located in Gravity Falls, Oregon, where the residents bury the dead. Like most aspects of Gravity Falls, it houses its share of ancient historical secrets. Trembley's Cove is found below an angel statue there.
The cemetery is first mentioned when Mabel says that she met Norman there in "Tourist Trapped." It later appeared when Mabel goes on her date with Norman; he accidentally falls in a grave before rising out of it in a zombie-like fashion.
The location is later seen when Dipper and Mabel are searching for the true founder of Gravity Falls in "Irrational Treasure." After uncovering a map from Journal 3 during Pioneer Day, they follow it to the Gravity Falls Library, and then to the Gravity Falls Museum of History. Eventually, they discover that a piece of abstract art in the museum is actually a statue of an angel upside down, pointing. Mabel realizes that she has seen the statue in the cemetery, and she and Dipper go there straight away.
At the cemetery, they track down the statue. Mabel pretends to pick her nose with the angel's pointing finger, which surprisingly unlocks a secret passage, leading to the chamber guarding the secrets of Quentin Trembley, the embarrassing eighth-and-a-half president of the United States.
In "The Love God," Dipper, Mabel, Wendy, Tambry, Nate, Lee and Thompson hang out here, looking at the clouds and pointing out what they look like. Robbie is also seen, grieving in an open grave over his break-up with Wendy.
In "Weirdmageddon Part 1," Wendy explains to Dipper that she and her friends were playing Truth or Dare in the cemetery before a swarm of Eye-Bats attacked and captured Tambry, Nate, Lee, and Thompson, turning them to stone. She also explains that Robbie nearly escaped, but stopped to take a selfie and ended up getting caught. Fortunately, Wendy was able to escape, thanks to her father's apocalypse training.
In the coloring book ''Don’t Color This Book! It's Cursed!'' the cemetery is mentioned by Dipper as the place where he found one of Chamelius Pendraggin's Hue-Collecting Tomes while he was doing one of his daily cementery checks. Chamelius did send his book to the cemetery to steal all the colors from earth, but accidentally trapped Dipper inside the book instead of absorbing his colors.
- Don’t Color This Book! It's Cursed! (Mentioned)
Click here to view this page's gallery.