Whenever you lose a relative it’s a very sad day, when you lose a lost relative, it’s a very strange day indeed.

That’s exactly what happened in Louisiana just the other day when a flood hit the area so hard it uprooted some coffins and sent at least one for a ride down the river.

The Huffington Post writes:

Flooding in Louisiana washed a casket away from its burial place and into a murky pond where it was found by workers cleaning up a nearby cemetery. Heavy rains in St. Francisville on Sunday into Monday wrecked havoc on Magnolia Baptist Church’s cemetery, according to TV station KYTX. Cleanup crews called in by church officials to work on graves damaged by the downpour found the dislodged coffin in a nearby pond, TV station WBRZ reports.


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