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Do You Know Your Friends - Ran (11) - The Walking Cemetery (Cassette)

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  4. each grave (this may vary depending on the size of your steps.) If you do find a pattern has developed (cross, three steps, cross, three steps, etc.) you have most likely found a cemetery. You will then need to determine the perimeter of the cemetery. By walking north and south, you can come pretty close to determining where the burials begin.
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  8. Public cemeteries can be found through local funeral homes, talking to friends or family members, or searching online. If you'd like the burial to take place in a public cemetery, you'll likely have a number of cemeteries to choose from. Factors such as location, cemetery rules, cost, and aesthetics can help you narrow down your options.

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