As you stroll up and down row upon row of concrete and glass mausoleums, you can feel the wealth and power of many of the individuals and families entombed here over the past 150 years or so. Large statues, memorial plaques, and stained glass adorn these architecturally-designed resting places for generals, presidents, and the business class. But mixed in with the extravagant and gaudy tombs are many dilapidated and vandalized tombs with broken windows and missing doors. Some have become garbage bins, and through one open door we could see bones poking through a wood crate. the grounds are well kept, but surely someone could go through the forgotten tombs and clean them up and put things back into place.
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