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  • Cemetery's flags mysteriously disappear same time each year

    For the last 10 years, at the end of November, the American flag and the U.S. Marine banner have been snatched from their poles overnight at Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. Manager John Butler finds empty beer cans, too, and calls it a disgrace for the veterans buried in that section of the Macon cemetery. Video by Liz Fabian

For the last 10 years, at the end of November, the American flag and the U.S. Marine banner have been snatched from their poles overnight at Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. Manager John Butler finds empty beer cans, too, and calls it a disgrace for the veterans buried in that section of the Macon cemetery. Video by Liz Fabian Liz Fabian The Telegraph
For the last 10 years, at the end of November, the American flag and the U.S. Marine banner have been snatched from their poles overnight at Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. Manager John Butler finds empty beer cans, too, and calls it a disgrace for the veterans buried in that section of the Macon cemetery. Video by Liz Fabian Liz Fabian The Telegraph

Cemetery’s mysterious theft of American and Marine flags happens same time each year

January 20, 2017 3:11 PM