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    An ex of mine had a "job" working cleaning broken, vandalised tombstones in the old, downtown Tallahassee, Florida graveyard, very interesting stuff there, some very poetic inscriptions, old stones, ex cetra.
    She had written several articles for newspapers about the different styles of grave markers found mostly in the south.
    As she was bleaching and hosing off the broken stones so they could be repaired a big bird whacked her across the back of her head, knocking her down!
    A strange man who I had met earlier that day told her that the bird hitting her meant that "Someone close to you is going to die soon."
    Then he told me that I should be drinking "Willow Tea" for "Protection".
    I laughed.
    That night she got in a panic, drove all around Tallahassee looking for Willow Tea, she found some, insisted that I drink it. (Tasted like crap!)

    The next morning her phone was ringing before the sun came up, they were calling to tell her that her Uncle in Texas had died.

    Makes you wonder , doesn't it?

    A local customer told me their similar story about a bird hitting him in the back of the head and the next day his brother was killed in a car wreck.
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    My current abode (which I have assured my wife that after the hell I went through moving will be my LAST), is bordered at the back by Evergreen Cemetery here in Louisville. I look at it this way...I've told my wife that we only have neighbors on 3 sides that could make noise and if the ones in the rear start, I'll race her to the car... :shock:
    "We all go a little mad sometimes..."

    - Norman Bates
     

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    Since we are sharing cemetary stories one year while I was out of highschool I worked for the city. And basically me and some other friends I worked with got assigned weedeating the local cemetary for the entire summer. Talk about hot and boring but awesome scenery to work around! This is a large cemetary with thousands of stones many dating as far back as the 1800's. Many masoleums as well. But it all became very boring weedeating day to day. It kinda felt like we were digging our own grave out there sometimes.
    Damon
    Damon Carson
     

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    The Nueschwanger brothers were summertime grave diggers but they got very tired of being interuppted by people wanting to know where certain graves were located? (As if they had memorized where 6,400 people were buried?)
    So they each got a baseball type hat made that said on the front of it
    "I Am Deaf."
    They would just point to their hats and keep on working.
    I might get myself a hat, of course my hat would say,
    "You Make My Butt Hurt."
    Point at my hat, keep on working.
    (Pain in the asp!)
     

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    Hey I finally saw that commercial last night. Talk about a room with a view! I wish they would have shown a moonlit night scene with fog rolling in can you imagine what that would look like!
    Damon
    Damon Carson
     

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