March 05, 2012
After Carolyn Jacobi visited her father’s grave in 1995, she walked away angry and disgusted — and determined to dedicate the rest of her life to bringing dignity to the dead.
The conditions at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Baltimore, where her father, James Williams, lay buried alongside other distinguished African-Americans and prominent Marylanders, were so deplorable that Jacobi couldn’t even locate his headstone. But nothing prepared her for what she discovered that November day: A human skull believed to be her father’s was sticking up out of the ground, loosened by Jacobi’s stomps of frustration.
“I went berserk, as it could be expected,” she told FoxNews.com. “I lost it. That was the catalyst for my movement.”
Read the full article at FoxNews.com
Thanks to the Funeral Ethics Organization for alerting us to this article.
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