Tuesday, January 23, 2018

KANSAS CITY UNSAFE FOR THE DEAD?!?!

A look at local sacrilege and how KCMO struggles to even protect graveyards. Read more:

Historical cemetery looks to raise $100,000 to address safety concerns

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Elmwood Cemetery is the second-largest cemetery in Kansas City. Several prominent Kansas Citians are buried at the historical cemetery. Volunteers who run the cemetery said they are addressing a safety concern that will cost about $100,000 to repair. Part of a wall is leaning in, and could soon fall.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Let prisoners with construction experience fix it for free.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^

Excellent point!

Everyone KC said...

Tell the zombies to behave themselves!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- COFFIN SPASM


At one time, that cemetery was so popular that folks were just DYING to get in there!!!

Anonymous said...

Get cremated and turn cemeteries back into parks the way the Victorians intended