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June 19, 2014


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Tim Marks

Loved this cemetery. Found an article about spirit houses online


Dominique King

Thanks for the link, Tim

Rhae Stricklen

I was so happy to find your blog. I have visited this old cemetery twice while visiting friends in Michigan. We accidently spotted it while driving around in Hessel last year and I visited with a young woman who was there working. As I recall, she was a tribal descendant and volunteers to help maintain the cemetery. I wish I had gotten her name. I will include your link in my vacation video. Thank you!

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