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The Death of Petroleum by jierumi The Death of Petroleum by jierumi
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Whazizname Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012   General Artist
:)
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jierumi Featured By Owner May 6, 2012
:D
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King-Mob Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012
Haha if only!
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jierumi Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012
For real!
This is an actual headstone in the cemetery by my house.
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King-Mob Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012
When I lived in Viroqua there were all sorts of awesome Freemason and civil war era graves, but the best one was someone with the last name Vladhammer. :o
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jierumi Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012
The coolest cemetery that I've been to is the one over in Winona. Set in the base of the bluffs and if I remember right, there's some soldiers from the Revolutionary War buried there. There was also a really old and neglected Polish section that was creepy yet sad. I plan on going to Winona one of these weekends to just fuck around but I plan on bringing lots of cameras just for that cemetery.
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King-Mob Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2012
That sounds awesome! Haha the ones in Viroqua, someone found a series of tunnels under it, and grave robbed tons of them years ago. The old civil war ones usually had the soldiers in their dress uniforms, rifle, sword, medals etc and it was common place to put a bottle of the best whiskey on hand in the coffin with them. I'm sure someone made a lot of money because there's so many collectors out there who won't ask or care where someone got the stuff.

Viroqua is weird land wise. Part of that driftless region that has tons of caves, tunnels etc all over the place. The since moved graves to make sure they weren't over those areas.
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