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This reminds me of a graveyard fieldtrip horror story that happened to my
cousin's little boy. It was an unauthorized field trip (the school never
okayed it with the cemetery staff) with too few chaperones and wild kids (my
cousin's son, David, was one of them). Anyway, pushing and shoving ensued
and the group of boys tipped over an unstable gravestone, breaking IT and
David's arm. What a mess in so many different ways!
In a message dated 7/6/00 5:50:14 AM Central Daylight Time,
<< Remember than in most cemeteries you must get permission to do this
since carelessness can ruin some very old inscriptions. Since you're
unfamiliar with proper technique and conservation rather than plunge
head-on first research on the internet or your library for how-to
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