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Hungry bears in Russia began to exhume bodies from cemeteries

Hungry bears in Russia began to exhume bodies from cemeteries bear, russia, cemetery, scavengerFrom a distance, people thought that it is a gravedigger wearing a fur coat to protect from temperatures extremely cold during this period. Only when they...
by Potent Scientia Est on Sep 28, 2016

Of the Night

August isn’t too early to start thinking about vampires. The nights are already noticeably longer than they were in June and some leaves are just beginning to change on the trees. I’m thinking of vampires because one of my readers … Continu...

PATRICK BOUVIER KENNEDY LAID TO REST

JFK+50:  Volume 6, No. 2035BABY PATRICK KENNEDY WOULD HAVE HIGH SURVIVAL CHANCE TODAYBrookline, Massachsetts (JFK+50) The infant son of President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy, Patrick Bouvier Kennedy, was laid to rest here at Holyhood...
by JFK+50 on Aug 10, 2016

Visit: Harsimus Cemetary {Jersey City, New Jersey}

When I was sitting in the orthodontist’s office a few weeks ago during one of Nick’s appointments, I was thumbing through an issue of New Jersey Monthly. The summer issues are a great source for finding new and fun things to do in New Jer...
by Sweetnicks on Aug 5, 2016

Five Rivers Lookout, Wyndham. Western Australia

Are you wondering what’s going on with the undistinguished photo above? It’s the headline picture for this entry and it’s meant to be what WordPress calls a ‘featured image’. You know, an opening salvo for a post, which...
by Hiking Fiasco on Jul 28, 2016

Thank You St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 Restoration Volunteers!

We would like to extend our thanks to the volunteers from Bayou Preservation, LLC and Save Our Cemeteries who were hard at work last week limewashing tombs in historic St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. Thank you for your time and dedication! Share This:...
by Save Our Cemeteries on Jul 8, 2016

Grease and fireworks make for a wonderful summer night...

Last night was a "wop ba-ba lu-bop and wop bam boom" night of feel-good musicals and spectacular pyrotechnics. To celebrate a friend's birthday and the Fourth of July weekend we ventured to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery for the first tim...
by Jason in Hollywood on Jul 4, 2016

SOC’s Next “Tombs by Twilight” Tour is July 23rd!

Have you joined us for our “Tombs by Twilight” tour? Our next tour of St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 at dusk with be conducted on Saturday, July 23rd at 6:30 PM – we hope you’ll join us! Save Our Cemeteries has partnered with New Orleans Catholic C...
by Save Our Cemeteries on Jun 30, 2016

Box Office Buz: DVD and Blu-ray releases for June 28, 2016

A decent line-up for movie buffs this week with overweight martial arts bears, comedic adventures in war zones and a fond look back at some people behind one of the most influential films of all time. These are your new releases for June 28, 2016.
by Box Office Buz on Jun 29, 2016

Thank You Holt Cemetery Clean-Up Volunteers!

We would like to extend our thanks to these members of the U.S. Navy and Bayou Preservation, LLC for their assistance at Holt Cemetery last week. We appreciate your service, and your dedication to beautifying the final resting places of many veterans...
by Save Our Cemeteries on Jun 21, 2016

Join SOC for our Annual Seminar!

Photo credited to photographer Emily Newman. Join Save Our Cemeteries for our Annual Seminar on July 16th, 2016. Guests interested in joining SOC for the full-day will enjoy guided tours of St. Louis No. 3, Metairie and Cypress Grove Cemeteries (tran...
by Save Our Cemeteries on Jun 21, 2016

Box Office Buz: DVD and Blu-ray releases for June 14, 2016

As we head into mid-June we have another stellar week full of a wide selection of goodies including some great indie features, catalog and TV. These are your new releases for June 14, 2016. First up this week is the new mysterious film from produc...
by Box Office Buz on Jun 16, 2016

The Jewish Heritage of Bukhara

On the very first day of my Uzbekistan trip last September, I stumbled across something that was to add a new perspective to my trip, and give me lots to think about. There I was wandering around the Saviksty Museum … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on Jun 16, 2016

ARLINGTON HOUSE

JFK+50:  Volume 6, No. 1981NATIONAL CEMETERY ESTABLISHED 152 YEARS AGO Arlington, Virginia (JFK+50) 152 years ago today, June 15, 1864, 200 acres around Arlington House* were set aside as a national cemetery by order of President...
by JFK+50 on Jun 15, 2016

Grow Old With You

I want to grow old with you. Picture taken at the American Cemetery in Taguig City. Technorati Tags: Old Age,Cemetery,Taguig City...
by Pasig Photographer on Jun 14, 2016

VISIT TO THE NATIONAL CEMETERY

JFK+50:  Volume 6, No. 1978JFK+50 VISITS ARLINGTON FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 1972Arlington, Virginia (JFK+50) We visited Arlington National Cemetery for the first time at the age of 14 in 1962.  We would have never imagined that when w...
by JFK+50 on Jun 12, 2016

American Cemetery

Taken at the American Cemetery in Taguig City. Technorati Tags: American Cemetery,Taguig City...
by Pasig Photographer on Jun 11, 2016

Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery Museum

横浜外国人墓地The Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery Museum is a small stone building, the Cemetery Office, just within the main gate of the in Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery in The Bluff/Yamate district of Yokohama.The museum details s...
by Japan Visitor on Jun 10, 2016

GOODBYE BOBBY!

JFK+50:  Volume 6, No. 1974RFK LAID TO REST 48 YEARS AGO TODAY Arlington, Virginia  (JFK+50) Senator Robert Francis Kennedy* was laid to rest 48 years ago this evening, June 8, 1968, in a grave just thirty yards from JFK...
by JFK+50 on Jun 8, 2016

Campo Santo de Bacolor

Both the Bacolor Cemetery (Campo Santo de Bacolor) and the San Guillermo Parish Church in Pampanga were buried in 6 feet of lahat (estimate). Technorati Tags: Cemetery,Pampanga,San Guillermo Parish Church,Campo Santo de Bacolor...
by Pasig Photographer on Jun 2, 2016


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