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Why does your tombstone have to be boring? These Washington area residents saw the humor in their final resting place.
McLean writer and historian Eleanor Herman thinks most tombstone inscriptions are boring. She composed this little poem for her late uncle’s grave in Baltimore County’s Lorraine Park Cemetery: “Uncle Walter loved to spend. He had no money in the end. But with many a whiskey, And many a wife, He really did enjoy his life.”Courtesy of Eleanor Herman