Lily Gray (misspelled on tombstone) rests in a Salk Lake City graveyard. While the other graves around Lily’s have inscriptions that read “beloved husband”, “in loving memory”, “devoted mother”, etc., her particular tombstone reads: “Victim of the Beast 666”
The Cemetery for Soldiers’ Dogs is located on the grounds of Edinburgh Castle. It’s a small garden in which officer’s pet dogs and regimental mascots are buried. It has been in use since the 1840′s. It can be viewed from above but visitors are not permitted to enter.
The State of Ohio buried the residents of the mental hospital whose families either didn’t claim them or were too poor to afford to do it themselves. All the graves are the same sizes and most just contain a name, birth date and date of death.
John Renie was a house painter who died at the age of 33. He is believed to have carved his own grave-stone. People were confused when the gravestone was first erected. They could read the words “here,“ "lies,” “John,” and “Renie” but they didn’t understand the reason behind such a complex carving.
170 years after his death, a local tv station brought in an expert who came to the conclusion that it is an acrostic in which “Here lies John Renie” can be read 46,000 different ways.
Some believe this was his way of “tricking” the devil while others believe that
Renie, a founding member of the Oddfellows Friendly Society, had created proto-Masonic code.
In 2014, six “vampire” skeletons were discovered in Poland. They had been buried with large rocks or a sickle underneath the chin. The reason behind this was that it was believed that it would keep the “vampire” down and the sickle would sever the neck if they attempted to resurrect.