After the living were disposed of, their cemeteries were usually cataloged and then desecrated and destroyed by whatever means deemed appropriate. People first; then cemeteries.
Over the summer, Stories From the Past was never far from my mind. In fact, I felt a lot of anxiety over no posts, but between two grandkids and a broken PC (I have six grandkids but two were staying with me), my ability to blog was reduced to bits and snatches of time with … Continue reading . . . and I’m back.
It looks like thursday posts are becoming a habit. So thursday it is. This Cemetery is Hiding a Secret I found the West Weber cemetery while driving the back roads in Weber County. It is in a small farm town located West of Ogden, Utah on the plains between the mountains and the north end of the … Continue reading The Red Cemetery of West Weber Hides a Secret
The tombstones tell the stories.
"We grow up believing graveyards to be haunted. It was almost a rite of passage to test your bravery by visiting the forgotten after midnight. We all thought we saw ghosts as shadows danced from grave to grave by the reflective moonlight..." --Jeff Roberts
History has not treated polygamous wives kindly--especially those who were not the first wives.