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The Bonaventure Jogger in Savannah, Georgia

If you're wandering amongst the Spanish moss and live oaks of Savannah's historic Bonaventure Cemetery at dusk, a grinning green woman with sunken eyes might jump out at you from behind a corner. Don't worry–you're not the first to be spooked by the bronze jogger. The unusual monument is dedicated to the memory of Julia Denise Backus Smith, a prominent member of Savannah society, who committed suicide in 2003.
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