Wham Cam: Tombstones?

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When you see headstones, tombstones, during Halloween it gives off an eery vibe. With less than a week until Halloween, Joe headed to a monument shop outside Hazleton to find out what headstones are made of.

2 comments

  • Wham back

    What about the revolutionary war era? They used some slate. (Warrior Run Area) Also in some area in the south in the mountains and poorer areas I have even seen area specific mountain stones split and chipped into Tombstones. I was surprised that no one has shown the “cage” covered graves that are often said to be “witches” graves. (near Catawissa)

  • Supporter of America

    Aren’t they made of “STONE.” They are not called “tombwood;” which is what happens to “morningwood.”

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