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Story From A Cemetery And A 99 Word Flash Fiction

This week, Charli’s flash fiction prompt has us looking at gravestones, literally:

‘October 21, 2015 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about a final resting place.

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Flash Fiction

Limehouse Presbyterian Cemetery

While on a road trip last weekend we found a beautiful old cemetery with graves dating from the early 1800s forward! We had no plans of visiting a cemetery, but this one was far too beautiful to pass up exploring. 371 more words

5 Spooky Epitaphs and Tombstones for Halloween

Throughout history, there have been some very unique ways that people have personalized their final resting places. In the spirit of Halloween, here’s a list of some of the spookiest epitaphs and tombstones we’ve ever seen. 281 more words


Yukon Diaries: Tombstone Mountains... Again

“Late last night, I lost track of time and I knew I was waiting for the sun to rise…” Snowmine, Columbus

Perhaps my title is misleading. 

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A Walk Among the Tombstones

I love to hang out in cemeteries. This really isn’t as morbid as it sounds (at least, I don’t think it is). It’s not that I’m obsessed with death. 197 more words


Cemetery Sunday: Stephenson Presbyterian Cemetery

Should you ever find yourself at the crossing of Unionville-Indian Trail Road and Rocky River Road in Monroe, NC, you might spot the Stephenson Presbyterian Cemetery nestled between the street and a small neighborhood. 478 more words