Sunday, March 3, 2024

Relative jolted by scene at cemetery


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A GRIEVING RELATIVE was jolted from his quiet reflection after he ventured deep into the St James Cemetery, recently.
It had nothing to do with any spooky apparition, but another rather ghastly sight that confronted him.
The man, who preferred not to be identified, said he was sickened and greatly disturbed by the sight of bones, the clothing obviously worn by the deceased and parts of coffins piled into a large hole.
“I felt really bad because I consider it a health hazard. This is in the open right here, next to a neighbourhood.


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