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Eddie and Josie Dimick, children of Otis Dimick, a prominent Rock Island businessman, both died on Oct. 22, 1878 of diphtheria - At first, the family dog would visit their graves when the family visited - But soon, he visited their graves every day, staying from sunrise to sunset - When the dog died, the family erected a monument memorializing his dedication.(cutedogpix.com)

Eddie and Josie Dimick, children of Otis Dimick, a prominent Rock Island…

Cimitero Monumentale di Milano

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Stop all the clocks The Cimitero Monumentale (“Monumental Cemetery”) is one of the two largest...

Stop all the clocks The Cimitero Monumentale (“Monumental Cemetery”) is one of the two largest cemeteries in Milan, Italy, the one being the Cimitero Maggiore. The Monumentale is noted for the.

Kerepesi Cemetery ~ Budapest, Hungary, where most of the famous Hungarians are buried. Interesting place, but not the safest area at night. #Budapest

Kerepesi Cemetery ~ Budapest, Hungary, where most of the famous Hungarians are buried. Interesting place, but not the safest area at night.

Woodland Cemetery (Ohio) is supposedly haunted by the spirits of Johnny Morehouse and his dog. Legend has it that Johnny fell into the Miami & Erie Canal. His faithful dog tried to pull him out, but it was too late - the little boy froze to death. After he was buried, Johnny's dog laid on his grave and wouldn't move. In time, the dog died of starvation and a broken heart. In 1861, a special stone was made with a statue of Johnny and his dog.

behind the stone: This boy fell into a lake and after trying and failing to save him his dog laid down at his grave until he died of starvation and a broken heart.

Luigi Fossati, Jan. 31, 1896 - October  28, 1918. He was a casualty of WWI. His tombstone is located in the Cimitero Monumentale de Milano in Milan, Italy. (Photo credit: Robert Wright)

Luigi Fossati, a casualty of WWI (October Tombstone located in the Cimitero Monumentale de Milano, Italy.

Cimitero Monumentale di Milano - Statua in rame di un bambino

Cimitero Monumentale di Milano - Statua in rame di un bambino

Wow....wish I knew the story behind this one. Cimitero Monumentale di Milano, photo: Denis Izotov

Wow....wish I knew the story behind this one. Cimitero Monumentale di Milano, photo: Denis Izotov

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