This small, rural pioneer cemetery is full of interesting grave markers.
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This small pioneer cemetery is hidden just off of Highway 26. Once you enter the graveyard, you’ll spot a striking grave: a full-sized metal crib marking the burial place of a baby. This isn’t the only intriguing aspect of the cemetery. In addition to the baby graves, you’ll find homemade wooden crosses and even graves that look like they’re being eaten by trees.
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From Highway 26, turn south onto Elsie Cemetery Road.
March 20, 2019
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