(visitkhatulistiwa.com) - Usually graves are placed in places far from crowds. But unlike this grave, which is in the crowd. How can?
Unusual sights will be encountered by travelers when the streets to Indiana, America. There is a graveyard landmark in the middle of the road.
Information from various sources says the grave is located on East County Road 400 South, near Amity Village, Indiana state, United States. The grave belonged to a woman named Nancy Kerlin Barnett.READ THIS : EUROPEAN COUNTRY LEADS SUSTAINABLE TOURISM INDEX
Nancy died in 1831 and is buried by the family on a hill which is her favorite spot in Sugar Creek.
Over time, Sugar Creek became a small cemetery of the local people. But problems come when local governments want to build roads. This road project goes through the cemetery, and of course the tombs must be moved.
Nancy's son objected to the government's decision. She did not want her mother's grave removed, although other graves had been moved. He guarded his mother's grave, holding a gun and keeping a watch in his mother's grave.
For weeks Nancy's son took care of his mother's grave, until the government finally relented. They also built the road by positioning the grave in the middle of the road. This grave is also the main attraction in Indiana, there is even a marker board that contains the history of Nancy's grave. source detik.comOPEN HERE : WELCOME TO THE EAST GATE OF INDONESIA