Tag Archives: Interesting Graves

Now, I do not normally post about graves, but sometimes I run across one that I feel is worth visiting in person to be able to share.

I generally have a rule of not taking pictures of headstones. I personally feel taking a picture of the headstone will possibly prevent others from seeking it out. The whole point to having a headstone, in my opinion, is so that people will know where to go to physically visit after you have passed.

With that being said, I also feel that sharing these types of photos will allow people to see them who might be unable to physically visit them.

The St. Omer Witch Grave

The St. Omer Witch Grave

After entering St. Omer Cemetery, head straight back towards the tree and you will find the grave of “The St. Omer Witch”. The reason why I wanted to visit here is because I had never actually seen Feb. 31 in any print …

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The Wooldridge Monuments

Wooldridge Monuments

~ Last updated on Sep 28, 2021 ~ The World’s Largest Non-Moving Cemetery Procession …Or as some refer to it, “The Strange Procession Which Never Moves“. The Wooldridge Monuments were built for Colonel Henry G. Wooldridge, to commemorate his family members and loved ones. I normally do not take pictures …

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The Whisky Bottle Gravestone

~ Last updated on Oct 7, 2021 ~ This interesting headstone was featured in Ripley’s Believe it or Not and is possibly one of the most visited graves in the area of Clayton, if not the state of Alabama. William T. Mullen’s Whisky Bottle Gravestone The story goes that his …

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The Grave of Leo the Lion 🦁

Slats' Grave

~ Last updated on Sep 27, 2021 ~ Slats – The 1st of 5 MGM Lions While Leo is probably the most famous of the MGM lions, Slats was actually the first (out of 5 lions) used on Goldwyn Pictures logo (1917-1924). He was then used on all of the …

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The Witch of Yazoo City

Yazoo City Witch's Grave

~ Last updated on Aug 29, 2022 ~ On my way through Yazoo City, Mississippi it appeared to be a very colorful and charming little town. I had only travelled here because of it’s mention in the film “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?”, but come to find out it is …

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