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A mausoleum refers to a building constructed to hold crypt above ground, rather than a traditional cemetery. Mausolea can be individual, freestanding buildings, or they can be part of a larger facility, such as a church.

Pad of Definitions (1.19 Provenance), Official Website

1.19 Provenance

Dean: Looks like a crypt, or a mausoleum or something.
Dean looks around, grabs a thick glass ashtray and uses it as a magnifying glass.
Dean (reading the name on the Mausoleum): Merchant.
Sam and Dean find the mausoleum, only to discover that Isaiah Merchant’s body is not there, only 4 glass cases of mementos behind 4 urns. Later, Dean returns to the mausoleum to burn the doll from one of the cases.

4.07 It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester

At the mausoleum party, Samhain causes zombies to rise from their crypts. Sam and Dean fight and defeat the zombies and Samhain in the mausoleum.

7.10 Death's Door

In a flashback, Bobby and Rufus are in a mausoleum. Rufus is getting ready to pull out Lara Coggins’ corpse so that Bobby can burn it.

7.19 Of Grave Importance

Sam: All right. Here we go – cemetery, edge of town. The Van Ness family has its own mausoleum.
Sam and Dean find the mausoleum and salt and burn Whitman Van Ness’ bones.

9.21 King of the Damned

While attempting to find the First Blade in a corpse in St. Anthony’s cemetery, Sam and Dean have to hide in a mausoleum to avoid being attacked by Juliet, a hellhound.

10.15 The Things They Carried

Cole: Bastards use 'em as a, uh . . . as a prison. I got some footage here from the camera on Willis' helmet during his last mission with Kit.

  • In the video, the camera shows two soldiers enter a mausoleum and find the soldier they were supposed to rescue, who aggressively attacks them.