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Rare Roman headstone uncovered in England

A rare Roman tombstone discovered facedown weeks ago in England proved to be even more spectacular on Wednesday, when archaeologists turned it over. The inscription on the front of the tombstone, discovered at a dig in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, r...
by Alternating Current News on Feb 26, 2015

Christmas Headstone Topper

You can now place your order for the Christmas Headstone Topper. The Christmas Headstone Topper is handmade using fresh pine and is available now and until the supply of fresh pine is exhausted. Order now to insure that the delivery of your Christma...
by LAROSE.COM Flowers and Gifts on Dec 3, 2014

St. Paul’s (nearly) invincible Churchyard

St. Paul’s Chapel and Churchyard opened in 1766. At this moment, that brings the structures age to approximately 248 years old. It is the oldest public building still in use in NYC, and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1960. With ap...
by The Occult Section on Mar 12, 2014

Second of Three: NYC’s Oldest and Most Hidden Cemeteries

Last night before going to see Sleep No More, my friend Chaz and I met up at this hidden gem of a cemetery to document and take some photos for my article. That’s what I call “Killing two birds with one (tomb)stone.” (::uproarious l...
by The Occult Section on Mar 5, 2014

The Mysterious Case of Esther Ennis

Earlier this week I wrote an article about Calvary Cemetery in Queens. In the article I made a brief mention of a young woman who was the “first burial in Calvary,” in 1848. Her name was Esther Ennis. She was only 29 years old when she di...
by The Occult Section on Feb 27, 2014

Narrow Focus - Abstracts

The GiftSacred1907My Google+ profile https://plus.google.com/u/0/104819731733524270102/...
by Imagineerz! on Feb 23, 2014

The Merry Cemetery

Quiet, sombre and full of grey and weathered headstones – this, a typical English cemetery, is what you will find up and down the country in the UK. It’s not uncommon to find similar cemeteries here in Romania too; there are plenty of the...
by How Very Romanian! on Dec 2, 2013

The Merry Cemetery

Quiet, sombre and full of grey and weathered headstones – this, a typical English cemetery, is what you will find up and down the country in the UK. It’s not uncommon to find similar cemeteries here in Romania too; there are plenty of the...
by How Very Romanian! on Dec 2, 2013

His Utmost

“I claimed the gift of the Spirit in dogged committal on Luke 11:13,” he said. “I had no vision of heaven or angels. I was dry and empty as ever, no power or realization of God. Then I was asked to speak at a meeting, and forty souls came to th...
by Laboring In The Lord on Nov 15, 2013

Oneida: Forever in Our Hearts

I introduced you to Oneida last year and promised that I would visit her grave. It was quite an adventure! I knew she lived in Valliant, Oklahoma with her sister after she became too ill to live by herself here in Texas. She died just a few days afte...
by I've Been There, Claire! on Sep 8, 2013

Never speak ill of the dead, and a stroll through the Western Promenade

“Remember, remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.”  ― Franklin D. Roosevelt A view from above of Hadlock Field... Take a walk on the wild side around New E...
by Goodfellows52 on Sep 7, 2013

His Utmost

“I claimed the gift of the Spirit in dogged committal on Luke 11:13,” he said. “I had no vision of heaven or angels. I was dry and empty as ever, no power or realization of God. Then I was asked to speak at a meeting, and forty souls came to th...
by Laboring In The Lord on Nov 15, 2012

Halloween Tablescape – Ravenous Raven Graveyard Feast

This is another table from my “Fabulous Fall Tablescaping” class through Longview Community College. I wanted the students to really feel the atmosphere, so I went a little overboard. They say, “The devil’s in the details,R...
by Table Twenty-One on Oct 13, 2012

D/2 Biological Solution Approved For Use In National Cemeteries

D/2 Biological Solution Is Safe and Non-Toxic I was so happy to see this product advertised on Facebook today! None of us family genealogists want to go to a cemetery and ruin a headstone by cleaning... That's not all, read on!

Racy headstones make Iranian cemetery a titillating destination

The last thing one expects to run across in Iran is a six-foot penis, and that’s probably the reason locals and tourist are flocking to the 1,400-year-old Khalid Nabi cemetery in the northeastern part of the country. It’s not just one towering p...
by Impossible Possibilities on May 24, 2012

Electric Headstone

Electric Headstone Image by JohnGreyTurner One of those lovely, last of the line, mixed freights behind 81009 heading north away from Headstone Lane c 1984...
by Model RailRoad on May 8, 2012


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