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T.V Spot: Cemetery Club on Inside Out This Monday 

by Sheldon

Great excitement indeed – ready your Sky boxes, iPlayers and what have you, as Monday 26th September sees myself and the fabulous Miss Sam Perrin walk through the graveyards of Kent and Sussex, showing presenter Natalie Graham some of the most interesting, touching and memorable people we’ve had the chance to research. 62 more words



Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois

In 1880, six-year-old Inez Clarke was struck and killed by a bolt of lightning. Her parents commissioned an artist to create a sculpture in her likeness and placed it over her grave in a transparent box to protect it from the elements. 525 more words


Living with an Invisible Illness

Life with an invisible illness is in no way easy! Many people see those of us that have an invisible illness, as not really being sick or just faking it. 200 more words


Grave Thursday: Junius Brutus Booth, Jr.

Each week I am highlighting the final resting place of someone related to the Lincoln assassination story. It may be the grave of someone whose name looms large in assassination literature, like a conspirator, or the grave of one of the many minor characters who crossed paths with history. 575 more words

Booth Family

The Phoebe Cushings

Interesting stories can be found in the cemetery. This stone is located at Cushing Cemetery in Mattapoisett.

Dedicated to the memory of Mr. Cushing’s two wives, both named Phoebe. 145 more words


Floral Tributes

There are always bouquet of flowers in a cemetery. Even in the dead of winter with snow on the ground, flowers are visible etched into gravestones. 234 more words


EDEV_505 Week 2_4

Your experience of globalisation has been a positive and powerful one. That you could develop your outlook to include an international perspective was evident in your successful publishing experiences. 732 more words