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The Legend of Black Aggie

by E. A. Black I have always had a soft spot for cemetery statuary. I own a replica of the Bird Girl statue seen on the cover of the book Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil. The original … 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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Death’s Garden: A Voice in the Cemetery

by Frank E. Bittinger On our way home from spending a long weekend at Virginia Beach, my best friend Michele brought up the idea to stop at the cemetery to visit her mother and father’s grave. Many members of her family … Continue reading

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