Another half-dozen epitaphs have been posted to the Grave Marker Macabre page above (which, here on June 6th, coincidentally brings the total to 66).
Death enjoys a holiday here on May 5th: another handful of epitaphs have been posted to the Grave Marker Macabre page above.
Sadly, actor/comedian Harry Anderson passed away yesterday at the age of 65. He is best remembered as the honorable jokester presiding over Night Court (one of my favorite 80’s sitcoms), and also starred in the miniseries adaptation of one of my most beloved books from my youth, Stephen King’s It. Here’s one last beep beep for the first (adult) Richie Tozier.
Go ahead and pour yourself a stiff one: the latest heady brew from the dead and buried has just been served on the Grave Marker Macabre page above.
Fresh epitaphs etched: the latest series of deadly unserious utterances has just been posted to the Grave Marker Macabre page above.
A new batch of epitaphs has been added to the Grave Marker Macabre page above. Hope you enjoy these latest bits of pseudo-posthumous wit and wisdom.
If your sense of humor tends toward the morbid, check out Grave Marker Macabre in the menu above. I’ve published it as a page rather than a post, because I hope to keep adding to this list of American Gothic epitaphs over time (setting them down in stone whenever I think them up). So keep venturing back; you never know what might poke out of the boneyard next.