An 1867 grave stone broken and stacked into 3 pieces.
Leaning into its neighbor as if to whisper.
James Van Pelt's 1878 grave stone... broken and lying in state.
One of a few leaning grave stones, only this one is surrounded by other broken markers and accompanied by what looks like a burrow hole from a groundhog... or a sink hole.
Another broken grave marker with another burrow or sink hole near it. Its missing top piece was covering a sink hole near another grave.
Another grave stone broken in three and completely off its pediment.
Higgins family graves.
Forgive me, but is there a party goin' on in this monument? Too good to pass up. Someone on the Weird NJ message board told me that this one is a zinc grave and that if smacked, you will hear a ping like a bell. Metallic resonance from the afterlife?
Harlingen Reformed Church Cemetery. Belle Mead, NJ. July 2007.