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Reykjavik haunted walk - part 3

(see also part 1 and part 2)

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This grave is the grave of a young girl, buried across the pathway from a bishop under an inverted cross. This is a powerful image for someone who has grown up in a basically christian culture - somehow so disrespectful of the memory of the child.
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If you look carefully at this grave you can see that there are two dates yet to be filled in from the carving - the stone was raised by a pair of sisters who are still alive (at least at the time we visited). I must not give in to the temptation to fill in a date on one of them.


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