A tiny, overgrown family cemetery sits in the middle of the Nashville Auto Auction parking lot in Mount Juliet, Tenn., and is an example of what can happen when development overtakes burial sites. In Tennessee alone, dozens of long-hidden cemeteries appear each year, causing grief for builders and relatives. A tiny, overgrown family cemetery sits in the middle of the Nashville Auto Auction parking lot in Mount Juliet, Tenn., and is an example of what can happen when development overtakes burial sites. In Tennessee alone, dozens of long-hidden cemeteries appear each year, causing grief for builders and relatives.
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