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7th Cavalry at Arlington to memorialize the Horses that were killed in the Civil War, 1860s

Cavalry Horse Cemetery, Little Big Horn Battlefield, South Dakota. In memory of all the war horses killed in Custer's Last Stand, June

The original grave site for General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's amputated arm. In 1863 Jackson was accidentally shot by his own Confederate troops his arm amputated and given a christian burial.

The original grave site for General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's amputated arm. In 1863 Jackson was accidentally shot by his own Confederate troops his arm amputated and given a christian burial.

I found this great testimonial/memorial in a Pioneer cemetery in Idaho City, Idaho.

Previous pinner wrote: "I found this great testimonial/memorial in a Pioneer cemetery in Idaho City, Idaho.

A head stone for two cows; Eugenie, a Jersey cow who had seventeen calves and produced over 100,000 gallons of milk. Then there's Princess, an Aberdeen Angus cow who was the Dublin Champion three times

Ireland"s Powerscort Gardens pet cemetery: A head stone for two cows; Eugenie, a Jersey cow who had seventeen calves and produced over gallons of milk. Then there's Princess, an Aberdeen Angus cow who was the Dublin Champion three times

"Bitten by rabid coyote, developed rabies, became violent, was smothered with feather bed. When husband returned, she and her unborn child were dead and buried." [This appears to be a memorial erected long after Mary Jane McCune died. Go to the website to read the full story:  http://libbyloveskentucky.blogspot.com/2010/10/haunting-in-cedar-city-chilling.html

A Haunting in Cedar City - Chilling! I heard this story recently, and wanted to know if it was true. My friend Lisa and I spent an afternoon wandering around the Cedar City Cemetery looking for this haunted headstone.

Headstone found in Cedar city cemetery, Utah

Headstone found in Cedar city cemetery, Utah. It reads Bitten by rabid coyote. Developed rabies, became violent, was smothered with feather bed. When husband returned, she and her unborn child.

Mystery in Allenstown, NH

The Bear Brook murders (also referred to as the Allenstown Four) are four unidentified female murder victims discovered in 1985 and 2000 at Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown, New Hampshire.