There are so many interesting headstones at Old Roach Cemetery I had to break it into two posts. Here are the rest of my grave discoveries.
This a seemingly forgotten corner of the cemetery. The stones are old, broken and most of the engravings worn down and illegible from time and the elements.
Perfectly appropriate for a cemetery this old and wonderfully creepy.
Certainly makes one wonder what might have crawled out of this one.
This stone with the three interlocking ring symbol marks a member of the International Order of Odd Fellows. I did an entire post about the Odd Fellows once on my other blog. You can read it here if you’d like.
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Speaking of cemeteries. Did you know that reapers travel from consecrated ground to consecrated ground through and invisible network called the consecrated subway? It’s true. Just one of the amazing details of the the Reaper Series.
Want to know more? There’s still plenty of time to read book one and join in on the fun. Reap & Repent is available now at all ebook retailers.
Reap & Repent blurb
Ruth Scott can read the energy of every person she meets. Then she meets Deacon Walker. She can see his ice-blue eyes, his black hair, and his gorgeous face. But this beautiful stranger has no aura.
Deacon is just as unsettled by Ruth—and, having spent more than two hundred years ushering souls to Purgatory, Deacon is seldom shocked by anything. As he helps Ruth to understand her true nature, she awakens desires that he decided long ago a Reaper can’t afford.
A demon invasion forces Deacon to confront the darkness in his own past even as he fights to save the human souls he’s charged to protect. When he’s taken captive, his first concern is for Ruth. But Ruth just might be able to save herself—and the Reaper she can’t live without—if she can learn to wield her newfound powers.