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Mystery of "Rhoda's grave" may not be so sinister
Posted on Friday, 13 August, 2004 |
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Somewhere between Lebanon and Trenton, tucked inside a treeline next to a farmer's field, a small family cemetery has drawn interest from and fostered stories for several generations of local folks.
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