Hi there again. Yes I'm posting a-g-a-i-n today. Somedays (like the 7th - the first time I did it) I just can't help myself. I become a posting maniac. Not that everything I post is necessarily golden but I just wanna post.
I was trying to think of something a little different than the last few posts to post now to keep things fresh and I decided why not dust off my newish feature "In The News".
I didn't catch much of this story. Nothing really except the headline but I found it interesting. Apparently some youngish man recently (in Canada I think) just up and assaulting a 60ish year old woman while she was visiting in a cemetery.
Creepy, huh. The only thing creepier would be if this happened at night. I guess that's why people don't go to cemeteries late at night (at least you'd hope most people wouldn't).
What do you think? Would you ever visit a cemetery after dark? Even if it was in the winter when it gets dark so early? Does the thought of a dark cemetery creep you out in a major way? It sure does me.
All things me! I try to post every second day but at the very least once or twice per week. I have a goal of 75 "official" followers by my 1st anniversary of blogging (Jan 6th, 2011). Please help me reach my goal. There is a free lunch and bragging rights riding on it for me. LOL. (But I am v-e-r-y serious about this). Also, please, please, p-l-e-a-s-e comment on my posts that you read when you can. It's nice to know when someone has been around. Thanks. The C.A.T.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
In The News - Cemetery Assault
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In my country, there's a town (I think is Talca) with a unique tradition: some people celebrate the New Year's Day (I mean when it is Midnight) inside the local cemetery, with their dead family members.ReplyDelete
I refuse to step on a grave, ever, but am especially cautious at night. Superstitious? or out of respect? Both, I think. Dark cemeteries give me the creeps, which is pretty sad, I think, that we have grown up in a culture that treats death as a scary thing, and that isn't necessarily a good thing.ReplyDelete