that’s not actually true. different graves are different sizes depending usually on how large the marker or monument on top is allowed to be. for instance, gardens that allow large uprights usually have larger plots where smaller, flat-marker gardens usually have smaller plots by about a foot. and of course, gardens for babies have the smallest plots. just sayin’.
4 x 9 is a standard size but 4 x 10 is the larger size in the cemetery i work in and they are more expensive. and of course there are also cremation niches and stuff, which are way itty bitty. i’m not sure about the mausoleum, but i know it’s smaller than 4 x 9 also. maybe you should fact-check before you just spout off dramatic shit. just sayin’
This is one of the cemeteries where the state of Ohio buried the residents of the mental hospital whose families either didn’t claim them or were too poor to afford to do it themselves. The gravestones are all the same size and shape, and most are simply a name with a birth and death date.
The most striking feature is that there are 2 gravestones marked “SPECIMEN.” What that could possibly entail is horrifying.