Living in a fantasy world and damn happy about it.
OK SpookyRach...you're going to have to explain (probably all over again) where your fascination with the slightly macabre and the gloomy originated. What put the spooky into Rachel? I used to love wandering around old churchyards as a child, and I guess I still do (bit too much of a "busman's holiday" to attempt it too regularly these days), but you have clearly taken enthusiasm for all things pertaining to necropoli to new levels. There must be a story in here, surely? We'd love to know.Oh...and those are great pictures!
Thanks for the comment, Kathryn! I have had this question from others lately, so I will work on a post to answer it, hopefully satisfactorily!
:) great pics!
Ooo! I feel like I'm in a mystery novel or something - like the heroine just suddenly became aware of a clue that had been there all along...a message from the grave...Ooooo...hee!
BAAAHAHAHAHAAAA ! now all you need to do is find one that says something about IN TIGHTS! he.
I just came across your blog and I thought it interesting. (Gosh, that sounds like one of those spambots, doesn't it?) I won't ask you to visit my site though, or buy something.There are a lot of interesting stories in cemetaries. I visit an old one here in town (my son is there), and I have learned a lot of interesting things about ouor local history from clues begun there.Any way. . . I thought I'd just leave a note before moving on.Take care.
Oh Rach...I love these pics!
I like them too. It's funny, your fascination seems perfectly normal to me, my mother enjoys looking around old cemeteries.
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