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Octavia (Smith) Hatcher. The legend goes that she was accidentally buried alive and her ghost is said to haunt the cemetery to this day. You can read her legend here: http://www.prairieghosts.com/octavia.html. Pikeville Cemetery, Pikeville, Kentucky

When Octavia Smith Hatcher fell ill and died, the last thing her husband expected was to find out that she had been accidentally buried alive.

Anne Frank and her older sister, Margot, both died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen shortly before the liberation. A tombstone for them has been placed at the site of the former camp, but Anne and her sister are buried in one of the mass graves. No one knows the exact location of their remains. In the background of the photo is one of the mass graves.

Anne Frank and her older sister, Margot, both died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen shortly before the liberation. A tombstone for them has been placed at the site of the former camp, but Anne and her sister are buried in one of the mass graves.

Christa McAuliffe (1948 - 1986) Teacher/astronaut, she died in the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger

28 janvier 1986 : Explosion de la navette Challenger Christa McAuliffe - Teacher/astronaut, she died in the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger

The Exorcist’s Grave: The Final Resting Place of Father Walter Halloran www.deadlive.co.uk #exorcist http://www.cultofweird.com/paranormal/exorcist-grave-milwaukee/

The Exorcist's Grave: The Final Resting Place of Father Walter Halloran

A Gypsy Queen, burried in unhallowed ground, either for being a gypsy or for having a child out of wedlock.  Died due to complications from childbirth, burried with her infant, who also did not survive. Saint Mary's Cemetery Marion, Ohio

A Gypsy Queen, buried in unhallowed ground, either for being a gypsy or for…

According to legend, this is the grave of a warlock.  His head is burried either between his legs or in the stone at the top, and if reunited with his body, he'll come back to life.  Rehobeth-Ridge Road Cemetery  New Philadelphia, Ohio

According to legend, this is the grave of a warlock. His head is burried either between his legs or in the stone at the top, and if reunited with his body, he'll come back to life. Rehobeth-Ridge Road Cemetery New Philadelphia, Ohio. I live close to this.

Phil Everly (1939 - 2014) - Musician. Along with his older brother Don Everly, they formed "The Everly Brothers", which became one of the most acclaimed duos in rock music history Rose Hill Cemetery   Central City Muhlenberg County Kentucky  USA

Along with his older brother Don Everly, they formed "The Everly Brothers", which became one of the most acclaimed duos in rock music history Rose Hill Cemetery Central City Muhlenberg County Kentucky USA

I posted these in another thread but figured I stick them in the "official" stones thread. These are mine for this year. I made two more witch stones to go with the one I already had. All three hags will now have their own grave marker.Made this one from some scrap piecesThis one isn't really a gravestone but will hold a jack o lantern in the front yard set.

now have their own grave marker.Made this one from some scrap piecesThis one isn't really a gravestone but will hold a jack o lantern in the front yard set.

The original grave site for General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's amputated arm. In 1863 Jackson was accidentally shot by his own Confederate troops his arm amputated and given a christian burial.

The original grave site for General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's amputated arm. In 1863 Jackson was accidentally shot by his own Confederate troops his arm amputated and given a christian burial.

This gravestone marker is from the Goldfield Pioneer Cemetery in Goldfield, Nevada. It marks the grave of the “Unknown Library Paste Man” who was a starving vagrant who dug up a tub of library paste out of the trash and consumed enough to be a lethal dose. In addition to the flour and water, the paste contained small amounts of alum, which is poisonous when consumed in large doses.

This gravestone marker is from the Goldfield Pioneer Cemetery in Goldfield, Nevada. It marks the grave of the “Unknown Library Paste Man” who was a starving vagrant who dug up a tub of library paste.

Julius Caesar's Grave. People still bring flowers here, which I find sort of astonishing and awesome.

People still bring flowers here, which I find sort of astonishing. JULY is named after Julius Caesar : up untill 44 BC the Romans called it QUINTILIS ( fifth month )

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