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Unusual Kentucky: Tent Girl Old Cemeteries, Famous Graves, Tombstone, Georgetown Kentucky, Grave Markers, Locals, Grave Marker, Tomb, Cemetery Headstones

Ever since her body was found by the side of I-75 near Georgetown in 1968, “Tent Girl,” became something of an icon as one of America’s most troubling unsolved mysteries. Her gravesite and the location where her body was found had both become popular “legend tripping” destinations for curiosity seekers. But in 1998, the dogged efforts of private detective Todd Matthews (who refused to give up trying to solve the cold case) paid off: using the internet, he met a woman who was seeking the…

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Frances Kelly
Legos, People, Logan Utah, Grave Markers, Poor Family, Casket, Grave Marker, Old Cemeteries, Awesome

Matthew Cole Larson, died at Logan Regional Hospital after being hit by a car backing out of a parking spot at the West Stadium Villa apartment complex around 6 p.m. Monday and hitting him. A trust fund has been created at Zion's Bank under the name of M. Cole Larson to help the family with medical and funeral costs....

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Angela Byerley
Natchez -  10 yr old Florence died in 1871. She was extremely frightened of storms and her grief-stricken mother had Florence's casket constructed with a glass window at the head. The grave was dug to provide an area, the same depth of the coffin, at the child’s head, but this area had steps that would allow the mother to descend to her daughter’s level so she could comfort her during storms. To shelter the mother, metal trap doors were installed over the area the mother would occupy. Statue, Eerie, Six Feet Under, Graveyard, Tombstone, Statuary, Grave, Cemetary, Afraid

Natchez - 10 yr old Florence died in 1871. She was extremely frightened of storms and her grief-stricken mother had Florence's casket constructed with a glass window at the head. The grave was dug to provide an area, the same depth of the coffin, at the child’s head, but this area had steps that would allow the mother to descend to her daughter’s level so she could comfort her during storms. To shelter the mother, metal trap doors were installed over the area the mother would occupy.

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Sylvie Costes