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Re: A McAfee Story: One Way of Finding Fallen Grave Stones
Posted by: Carolyn McAfee (TX/AL) (ID *****6165) Date: July 27, 2011 at 11:31:31
In Reply to: Re: A McAfee Story: One Way of Finding Fallen Grave Stones by Jay McAfee of 5158

Many thanks, Jay, for offering forth your own personal experiences re this matter. Your remarks, indeed, are helpful to me....and I am sure to other researchers! The voice of experience is important and helpful as I begin to plan for this endeavor.

Note: One of the main research librarians in the Birmingham research library gave a copy of information posted by you (from another site) re locating old graves. I found it quite interesting!

In one reading selection, I found that in even in the locations of the very oldest graves, there appears to be, perhaps, a magnetic field which surrounds the physical remains of the deceased (it is a field of some type of force); and this is true even if the old wooden coffin no longer exists. This particular field radiates out about eight feet from the grave. Note: I do not recall if this was info in the posting which you made, or if it belonged to another writer. Anyway, I deemed this information most interesting to ponder. When I have additonal time, I will research this further...

Again, thank you for your remarks re your first-hand experiences....such broadens my vision re the issue of searching for old graves!

Carolyn McAfee

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