ZZ9 Plural Z Alpha: Swedes find 200-year-old gravestone in living roomThe stone had the names of two men and one woman who died in 1843, 1851, and 1884 respectively.Hmm...
Farce-Side: So, they're just going to remove the headstone?
HKWolf: Why try to remove it? I'd make sure it was well preserved and make it part of the flooring. Great conversation piece. Besides, it's been there longer than the owners.
James Rieper: What do you do with a tombstone the size of an HDTV? In my case, I used it as an end table.
To The Escape Zeppelin!: Farce-Side: So, they're just going to remove the headstone?Kind of seems weird considering there's probably a grave underneath.
James Rieper: What do you do with a tombstone the size of an HDTV? In my case, I used it as an end table. I know that's disrespectful, but it kept it out of the way.
BunkoSquad: [i1.ytimg.com image 480x360]Already flipping coins to see who gets first digs
Jizz Master Zero: So this time, the didn't move the bodies and the headstones?
unfarkingbelievable: In other news, there's a place called Fuglie.
Cold_Sassy: I wonder if they were actually buried under the house? I'd be a little uneasy about that, although I know it's silly./300 kilograms = 661.387 US pounds.
Pangit: In the US, they'd have lost their home already or had some huge legal battle.Their only concern is that it weighs possibly over 600lbs.
Zombie Eater: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 400x220]
Englebert Slaptyback: gravestone while renovating living roomCan we get a ruling from the irony police on this one?
sethen320: Cold_Sassy: I wonder if they were actually buried under the house? I'd be a little uneasy about that, although I know it's silly./300 kilograms = 661.387 US pounds.Yeah, I thought about that as well. If it's such a problem to get it out it would have been just as formidable a task to get it in. They said the floors are directly above ground so it sounds like there's a possibility the house was built around the stone. Why, I have no clue.
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