Cemetery

It’s always so nice to read a heartwarming article when current climate of finger pointing and lies in a quest for power has reached the point where people actually view their actions with disgust. This particular story started in nasty actions by some vandals who broke headstones at Felts Mills cemetery near Potstdam, New York […]

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Some of my relatives, in fact,  anyone who loves golf will be intrigued with the ingenuity of the owners of the Sunset Hills Memorial Golf Park in Bellevue, In fact I think the idea of offering a golf setting as a final resting place for the golf enthusiast is nothing short of genius. What has […]

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Sandy on August 27th, 2011

I’ve written a couple of times about the scandalous situation at Arlington National Cemetery regarding the mismatched and unmarked graves and mismanagement of records which prompted an FBI criminal probe If you’d like to read my articles to get up to speed click on the links: Arlington National Cemetery records found in an unsecured storage […]

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We’ve been hearing on the news that Texas is experiencing one of the worst drought in the history of the state, it’s actually helping archaeologists unearth a little piece of America—a graveyard for freed slaves. Two graves have been uncovered that are believed to have been there for more than a hundred years. According to […]

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As reported in the UPI.com article today, a congressional subcommittee was informed that 59 boxes of records about people buried in Arlington National Cemetery have been discovered in an unsecured Virginia storage locker. The records contained the names and social security numbers of the deceased, but officials believe the security risk is low. The boxes […]

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Sandy on March 27th, 2011

Dozens of graves have been found wedged between two northern Charlotte development areas and some residents wonder if the cemetery is the final resting place of slaves who worked in the areas farmland during the antebellum era. The grave markers are actually shaped rocks stuck in the ground have no inscriptions and they’re difficult to […]

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