In common internet slang, the initials LOL stand for Laughing Out Loud, and is often interchangeable with a simple ‘hahaha.’
While it is definitely possible that the initials of the dweller of this grave were LOL, we think it’s more likely that this person wanted to reassure that they’re fine and put a smile on their loved ones’ faces.
Die Hard Fan
While many choose to adorn their graves with elements such as religious symbols, flowers, or similar decorations, some have other ideas. You can count on a Star Wars fan to ask to be laid to rest under a tombstone worthy of a real Jedi.
May the force be with you, Theodore.
It appears that Mitchell is not too happy about this whole dying thing, but that didn't stop him from making one last joke to lighten אhe mood.
Don't worry Mitchell, it may not be what you expected but all new beginnings take some getting used to, and with your sense of humor, we're sure it will happen in no time.
As a Texan casket maker, you could count on Willet Babcock to have a grave like no one else, and boy did he deliver. Before his death, he asked Gustave Klein, an extraordinary stonecutter, for a special mount for his grave.
Some of the elements that the statue includes are a Cross and some angles, but the most impressive element of all is Jesus's figure, which in proper Texas spirit, is wearing cowboy boots.
Making a Comeback
Fans of zombie films would love this item on our list, and not for the inscription, but for the overall design. This ancient Roman inspired design can be found on the grave of none other than famous French writer Jules Verne.
Located in Amiens, France, Verne's tomb with the statue of him rising from it, is something that can be added to his legacy. Much like his numerous literary pieces of work.