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Death’s Garden: Martinique—an Island of Mystery

by K. R. Morrison Martinique was one of the stops on our 1996 cruise of the Caribbean, one that my husband and I were eager to explore. After all, this might be the only time we’d be here, and we wanted to … Continue reading

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Death’s Garden: Muzak for the Dead

by Dana Fredsti Cemeteries have never been scary places to me, despite my penchant for movies where corpses claw out of their coffins and munch on human flesh. The first time I saw George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead, … Continue reading

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Solitude and Specters at Highland Lawn Cemetery

by Joy Neighbors Highland Lawn Cemetery in Terre Haute, Indiana, has provided me with many great afternoons. Located on 139 acres of “hills and hollows,” the rural-style cemetery offers seclusion and peace as you stroll along meandering paths that lead … Continue reading

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Death’s Garden: Ghost in the Graveyard

by Benjamin Scuglia Do you remember when you realized you were growing up? I do.  I was about twelve years old. My brothers and our friends were playing a game called ghost-in-the-graveyard. Ghost-in-the-graveyard is pretty much hide-and-seek, with a macabre … 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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