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    Default Underwater graveyard

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080510/...5aZ.Oq9aBvzwcF

    Imagine for a minute this business going broke, and people eventually forget all about it.

    Then imagine someone going out for a casual dive say, 20 years from now and happening upon this creepy sight...

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    It sounds like a practical idea to me. I always pictured my ashes being used in tea bags or something similar, but an underwater reef makes more sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LauraA View Post
    I always pictured my ashes being used in tea bags or something similar, but an underwater reef makes more sense.
    I'll leave that one alone


    Kind of a neat idea I think, especially if you're into the sea or marine activities. Definitely less macabre than that church in Spain or wherever built out of human bones.
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