Wednesday, September 1, 2010

GYRabbit Carnival - September 2010



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The topic for the September 2010 edition of the Graveyard Rabbits Carnival is: A Local Celebrity In Our Mist. This topic was submitted by Tina Micheal Ruse, who authors the blog, Campo Santo - Holy Ground. So sit back, let's see what the Rabbits have chosen!

Dorene Paul presents Sallie Reber, Popular Singer posted at Graveyard Rabbit of Sandusky Bay, saying, "Sallie Reber was a popular singer in New York and elsewhere, but after her death, she was buried in Oakland Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio."

Carol presents The Governor and The Gravedigger posted at Reflections From the Fence, saying, "Two celebrities, a governor and a gravedigger. Both buried in the same cemetery, both celebrities in my mind."

Denise Olson presents Randolph Caldecott posted at Moultrie Creek Gazette, saying, "Randolph Caldecott was a British artist known for his illustrations in children's books. Ironically, he died in St. Augustine while visiting the U.S. to improve his health."

Tammi Thiele presents Famous File: Sam Walton- Founder of Walmart - A Local Celebrity In Our Mist GYR submission posted at Escape to the Silent Cities, saying, "The founder of Wal-Mart."

Henk van Kampen presents Jacob van Rees posted at The graveyard rabbit of Utrecht and Het Gooi, saying, "The grave of Jacob van Rees, a renowned abstainer, vegetarian, socialist and humanist."


That concludes this edition and it was terrific! Submit your blog article to the next edition of the Graveyard Rabbit Carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.


And while you're here, take a look at past carnivals, there's so much interesting information to be found when you explore cemeteries with a Graveyard Rabbit: