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Famous & Unique Grave Stones

Grave sites of well known celebrities and lots of unorthodox tombstones
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Epitaphs From the Famous and not so Famous

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F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda lay peacefully at rest in the St. Mary’s Cemetery in Rockville, Maryland. In recent years a handful of visitors might wander through the cemetery looking for the grave of the cemetery’s most famous resident every week but since the movie, The Great Gatsby was released on May 10, 2013, more and more people are searching out the grave of the celebrated American writer.

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If you have ever looked at the pyramids in amazement and wished that you could be buried in such a tomb, now you can say thanks to a German company named Cheops. The company has created an Urn Pyramid which contains about 100 chambers depending on the size of the pyramid to hold the cremated remains of the deceased.

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The Capsula Mundi is planted into the earth just as you would a seed and a tree is planted directly on top. The idea is that the larger the tree grows the more its roots will envelope the egg-shaped capsule as it decomposes. The tree will then serve as a memorial for the deceased as opposed to a tombstone.

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The Mexican city of Xcaret has something very unique about it. Its cemetery, called the Bridge to Paradise, is world famous. Full of symbolism, this place has seven levels, one for each day of the week, 365 tombs surrounding the cemetery itself representing the days of the year, and 52 steps in its entrance representing the weeks of the year. Inside the cemetery are found some very unique tombstones, each one different, and many of them miniature replicas of monasteries and churches from…

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The Lady in Gray is a ghost and sad widow of the war, who wanders the Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery in search of her long lost love.

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Whether it be Portugal, Norway, Brazil, Japan, Czech Republic or the Philippines, every country and every city has a local legend. Whether it be the Japanese Yurei, the medieval legend of the White Lady or a folktale as popular as Resurrection Mary, these legends have long survived their years as iconic legends and have grown to become part of a cities history, including the tale of the Girl in Blue.

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Jasper Newton “Jack” Daniel was a famous distiller known to this day for his company’s whiskey. He was born in 1850 in Lynchburg, Tennessee, a small town in a county that is, ironically, dry despite the location of the distillery. In a cautionary tale about early morning frustration, Jack Daniel died from complications from a broken toe after kicking his safe when he couldn’t remember the combination.

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Has Freddie Mercury’s Final Resting Place Been Discovered? This is the plaque found in the Kensal Green Cemetery by Freddie Mercury fans. Could this be where his ashes were scattered?

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