If you need to visit the Olive Branch Cemetery in Frankenmuth Township, Michigan, be sure to wear Kevlar.
[June] Finger and others can't visit the gravesites because back in 1963, the cemetery was sold by a trustee of the now defunct Olive Branch Methodist Church.
It was sold to Saginaw attorney Joseph Trogan, who has since given the property to his son. The purchase price was $1.
According to the people who try to visit, the younger Trogan guards the property. He claims he protects it from grave robbers, but Kathy Schlegel has relatives there.
"When he kicked us off, he had a gun in his hand," she said. [Link]