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Local Cincinnati cemetery wants 'Pokémon Go' players out

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Pokémon Go players have found themselves wandering all over the world in search of resources, new Pokémon and battles with or against friends. But not everyone is happy to see the uptick in wandering players with their noses buried into their phones.

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According to local news channel WKRC, The St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio, hasn’t been too pleased that Pokémon Go players are showing up for PokeStops. It’s also apparently not the first time the cemetery has tried to post signs to discourage players from entering.

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Source from Mashable

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