Monthly Archives: March 2016

Sister Act: The Story of Clarissa Terwilliger

by Laura Suchan I am most definitely a cemetery tourist. No matter where I travel — neighbourhood, city, or country — I want to visit a cemetery. However, of all the cemeteries I’ve visited around the world, one of my … Continue reading

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Death’s Garden: Katie Likes Flowers

by Joanne M. Austin Many abandoned bits of civilization are found in the woods in the part of New Jersey where I live: towns that simply disappeared off the map, for one reason or another. Their remnants include foundations of … Continue reading

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Marking Fred Gwynne’s Unmarked Grave with Flowers

by Sharon Pajka Fred Gwynne was an American actor who passed just shy of his 67th birthday in 1993. If I played a clip, I’m pretty sure that you would recognize his distinctive bass-baritone voice. Most of us know him … Continue reading

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