Tansy Undercrypt
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The Undercryptic Lexicon, Photograph #21

June 9th 2013 in Undercryptic Lexicon

Text on the front claims this for “Mystery, Georgia”. Additional text on the back reveals: “[BLANK]“.

(Source: unknown)

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Tansy’s answer:  “Many in the Society championed private burial as something fitting for one’s front or back lawn.” (Post your own answers and read the genius of others on the Tansy Undercrypt Facebook page here.)

 


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