Facebook Groups: Cemetery Oddities

Cemetery Oddities
Administrator: Save A Grave/Carole Lynn assisted by Dorothy Loney
1422 members

The grave of Ricky Dunn in Colon, Michigan. Photo by Loren Rhoads.

The grave of Ricky Dunn in Colon, Michigan. Photo by Loren Rhoads.

Mission Statement: “This group is for unusual, humorous, strange, mystifying, and tasteless finds in our cemeteries. We do not make fun of people or the dead; we are simply having fun with life’s little oddities (that just happen to be in cemeteries). If you’re easily offended, this is probably not the group for you. Please post only CEMETERY finds. There are other groups out there for all the other strange death-related stuff.”

Q: There are a lot of cemetery aficionado groups on Facebook. What sets yours apart?

A: I think people like to see odd things, so the Cemetery Oddities group has more members than any other group I have.

Q: Do you have a policy about what is appropriate to post?

A: The mission statement sums it up.

Q: How old is your group?

A: Just over a year old.

Q: Is your group open to new members?

Q: Anyone can join as long as they don’t spam. If they try to sell shoes, they will be blocked.

Q: Are you a member of any other cemetery groups?

A: Many. I join any cemetery group I can find!

Here are some links to the other Facebook cemetery groups that Carole Lynn oversees:

Bronze Monuments

Cemetery Landscapes

Cemetery Sculptures, Statues & Carvings

Headstone Photos and Etchings

Homemade Headstones

Military in Cemeteries

White Bronze Headstones

Woodmen of the World & Other Tree Gravestones

And Cemetery Travel’s favorite: Cemetery Critters

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