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28 Headstones That Defied Expectations

A grave marker is how people will remember you long after everyone you know has passed, so you'd better make it good. When done well, it can provide a sense of one's style in life. The epitaph should be pithy, the shape and style memorable. You could go for the classic granite slab, or, like these deceased, opt for something a little more memorable. To bury oneself under a headstone in the shape of a shark, say, or a palace-sized tomb carved out of a giant boulder, you'd have to be a little extraordinary.
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