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Author Topic: Article: See the grave that scared road workers so much they paved around it  (Read 6962 times)


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They were scared of the relative with a gun, not the grave. Fuck clickbait.

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Article: See the grave that scared road workers so much they paved around it
« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2014, 12:07:31 PM »

Lol yeah. I just thought it was an interesting oddity and I wouldn't have found out about it if it weren't for the article.
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That's a sign that's presumably found nowhere else. If I were grumpier, I'd complain about the use of a Christian cross on a road sign, but I honestly can't think of a good alternative symbol to represent a grave.
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Well, they could just move the headstones and not the bodies*.

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There are graves, marked graves, on San Diego Avenue in the Old Town area in San Diego, California. This is what happens when a roadway is widened sometimes. It beats the alternative, which is a park in Mission Hills that has all the former gravestones pushed to one side of the park.
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That's a sign that's presumably found nowhere else. If I were grumpier, I'd complain about the use of a Christian cross on a road sign, but I honestly can't think of a good alternative symbol to represent a grave.

Actually, if I didn't know that there was a grave there, the Christian cross would just lead me to believe I was passing some kind of local religious monument. You could probably put "RIP" inside of the "stone" on the sign and communicate the message more effectively.
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Cool sign, cool road feature, cool story even if it was clickbait that brought it to our attention.  Thanks, Molandfreak! :bigass:
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I've been on that road, certainly didn't expect to see the road open up like that.
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Both of these articles are great examples of why I just want to be cremated. 
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It amazes me how the scenic river properties of yesteryear are now strip malls. I mean, I understand why but it's still amazing.
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Both of these articles are great examples of why I just want to be cremated. 

Shit man, I want a tomb just like King Tut.

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There's a cemetery in a parking lot in Sand Springs, OK:

http://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/4535

http://goo.gl/maps/FPSL2

http://goo.gl/maps/tLD5t

There is/was also one in the parking lot of the US 1 Flea Market in... Edison? NJ.   
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