From the Anderson (S.C.) Independent-Mail:
Are images on gravestone clues sent from the grave?
By JENNIFER JONES
October 25, 2005
A particular headstone in the Old Clarkesville, Ga., Cemetery is causing quite a stir among the locals. The oldest in the graveyard, the headstone of Calvin J. Hanks stood quietly for more than 160 years before people started to notice a change.
The mysterious image of a little girl’s face suddenly appeared on the stone.
For many, the appearance of the face has made even the most skeptic reconsider.
"I’m telling you that it is so realistic that it’s amazing," said Andrea Harper, administrative assistant for the Habersham Chamber of Commerce. "I don’t believe in that kind of stuff either but when you see the image of a face on the headstone, it makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up."
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