The Stranger at my Brother’s Grave

by duncanr

Karl Smith died in 1947, aged 12 yr old

for 70 years, a mysterious stranger has been visiting his grave . . .


One Comment to “The Stranger at my Brother’s Grave”

  1. If she left a note inquiring after the person and they didn’t reply, she should leave them bloody well alone. They have a perfect right to their privacy, particularly in matters so personal. Her bizarre zeal about exposing a stranger just creeps me out, it seems to be more about her emotional needs than concerning any social mission benefiting her family.


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