Explore Unusual Headstones, Cemetery Statues, and more!

Referred to by cemetery personal as "Chunkie", this statue appears atop a monument at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio. The cemetery's staff claims that it is the most frequently visited grave in the entire cemetery. Coins, flowers, and small toys are often placed at her feet as an offering.

Chunkie Referred to by cemetery personal as "Chunkie", this statue appears atop a monument at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Johnny Appleseed statue at Spring Grove Cemetery...John Chapman was a mild-mannered man born shortly before the start of the American revolution.  He's known for planting apple trees across large sections of the Midwest.

John "Johnny Appleseed" Chapman Memorial, Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio designed by Robert C.

Google Image Result for http://www.bunkycooks.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Bonaventure-Cemetery-4-2.jpg

Nothing touches people as a child’s grave can. Innocence ended; a life barely begun, the joy and promise inherent in a child suddenly gone. The Victorian& era brought children’…

Gravestoned

Faith, hope, and charity are sculpted in human form on the Adams monument at Spring Grove Cemetery, Hamilton County, Ohio. Look closely: two of the personifications hold their common symbols: a cross (faith) and an anchor (hope).

Cimitero Monumentale, Milano - 8 by okaitis, via Flickr

Cimitero Monumentale, Milano~~Oh my word! This is stone and look at the details!

'Eugene', an unidentified black man, was found dead in 1929 with only an address in Cincinnati in his pocket. The address was a vacant lot, so 'Eugene' was embalmed then left on display for 35 years! Sabina Cemetery Sabina, Ohio

"Eugene" and unidentified black man, found dead in 1929 with only an address in Cincinnati in his pocket. The address was a vacant lot, so "Eugene' was embalmed then left on display for 35 years! Sabina Cemetery Sabina, Ohio MC: THAT is SICK.

Pinterest
Search