The Tombstone HouseA home built with marble to…

The Tombstone House
A home built with
marble tombstones from the 

The Tombstone
House in Petersburg, Virginia is a wonderful example of waste not,
want not. Or is it waste not, haunt-not? Only the owners would know.

Though it may
look like a typical stone house, its foundation has macabre origins. The
building was constructed in 1934 from the bottom half of government-issued
marble tombstones that previously topped the graves of Union soldiers in Poplar
Lawn Cemetery.

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