Memberless Synagogue Buries Secrets in Jewish Berlin Graveyard

A 142-year-old cemetery has been closed 'for security reasons' but no one seems to know why.

Ugly graffiti is spattered all over the walls of the cemetery of Adass Yisroel, an Orthodox congregation in East Berlin that is one of the city's oldest synagogues. Through the spider webs on the gate one can find a sign informing the visitors that the site is closed "for security reasons" and that photography is prohibited.