A Dark And Fascinating History of Cemeteries

It’s Hallowe’en and we are all genealogists, right? What better way to spend this “holiday” than to study how people have buried their dead throughout the ages. You can watch the YouTube cartoon below or at: https://youtu.be/8HegwRtbDSU.

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Thanks. That was interesting an very appropriate for Halloween.

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Thanks Dick. An entertaining presentation.

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That was interesting….will watch the “full lesson”.
Thanks for the link!

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Dick, I am on the Board of Directors for Spring Brook Cemetery in Mansfield, MA and would like to put this video on the Cemetery Website: http://www.springbrookcemetery.com. How would I go about that and is there a copyright problem?

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    To my knowledge, there is no copyright problem. However, that is controlled by YouTube, the owners of the copyright. You need to read the info on the YouTube.com site for the details.

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