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What lies beneath

When we bury our dead, it is assumed that their graves will be eternal resting places, where the living can pay their respects for centuries to come. But this is rarely the case. Cities grow, natural disasters occur, and the living take what they need. Nowhere is this truer than in Los Angeles, whose legendary rise from an isolated, dusty pueblo to a sprawling American metropolis happened at an astounding pace.
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