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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.

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.

Children's Grave Marker. The most common recurring Victorian theme on an infant's grave is that of a sleeping child

Children's Grave Marker. The most common recurring Victorian theme on an infant's grave is that of a sleeping child

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.

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.

Cimitero Monumentale, Milano - 8 by okaitis, via Flickr

Cimitero Monumentale, Milano - 8 by okaitis, via Flickr

Sleeping baby Spring Grove Cemetery- Cincinnati, Ohio

Sleeping baby Spring Grove Cemetery- Cincinnati, Ohio

At Graceland Cemetery in Chicago, Illinois, But this statue, is unlike the others Some say it’s afraid of thunderstorms. Legend has it that a six-year-old girl, Inez Clarke, was struck by lightning. A terrible thunderstorm had broken out while she was on a picnic with her parents, and she died before their eyes. They were devastated, so they had a life-sized statue made in her likeness a girl sitting on a wooden chair, a subtle smile on her face, holding an umbrella in her right hand.

At Graceland Cemetery in Chicago, Illinois, But this statue, is unlike the others Some say it’s afraid of thunderstorms. Legend has it that a six-year-old girl, Inez Clarke, was struck by lightning. A terrible thunderstorm had broken out while she was on a picnic with her parents, and she died before their eyes. They were devastated, so they had a life-sized statue made in her likeness a girl sitting on a wooden chair, a subtle smile on her face, holding an umbrella in her right hand.

The Fritz family monument stone was carved to look like a tree trunk by sculptor Herman Suhre. - Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati,  OH

The Fritz family monument stone was carved to look like a tree trunk by sculptor Herman Suhre. - Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, OH

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People Practiced Anti-#Vampire Rituals in #Bulgaria Until Three Decades Ago

People Practiced Anti-#Vampire Rituals in #Bulgaria Until Three Decades Ago

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