posted on Jan, 11 2015 @ 07:29 PM
a reply to: CX
After that time the ground is reused and the old bone's and coffins are long turned to dust and returned to the soil, the very soil that modern
bodies are buried in is filled with ancient bone fragment's and can be said to be the dust of they whom came before.
A former friend JS Ewing (He betrayed my trust by using private information about a trust my mother had been robbed of to his own benefit) who worked
in the late 80's early 90's in Gothenburg at a graveyard after dropping out of university here in England when he married his first wife an ethnic
Czech who was a Swedish national and whom I quite liked as a person once told me how he had to dig through the old bone's and how the soil was full of
them at the very ancient graveyard he worked as a gravedigger at, after his divorce he was almost frothing at the mouth and I had to talk him down as
he wanted to go back to Sweden and murder his wife burying her in the wood's, he was deadly serious (I had known him since we were kid's) but I
pointed out his daughter needed her mother far more than her father no matter how much he wanted to see the kid and his vengeance for her lies at the
divorce (if they were lies) was selfish and would hurt his then baby daughter far more than anything he could ever do to harm her, he then went on to
continue his education at Brisbane but at the time if I had known marcella's number I would have warned her that is how concerned I was.
This guy who was contemplating murdering a woman he had professed to love only two year's earlier then went on to list UN Arab-Israeli peace
negotiator on his resume, erm we see how that worked out eh, still he was persuasive personality and meticulous if far from brilliant mind, just the
kind who would plan the perfect murder and he got the Rotary club to bankroll his education in Aus.
So to answer your questions they are still there just all mixed up and the new body's are buried in what is left of the old one's.
edit on 11-1-2015 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)