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    1. Follow I-195, from BWI, to Rte 295 BALT/WASH PKWY - SOUTH towards WASHINGTON at EXIT 2B.
    2. Take the 295 BALT./WASH. PKWY - SOUTH to I-395, via I-695 in D.C. You will be getting onto I-395 SOUTH towards RICHMOND.
    3. Take I-395 SOUTH, through D.C., and across the bridge, to the GEORGE WASH MEM PKWY - NORTH towards the MEMORIAL BRIDGE at EXIT 10C in VIRGINIA, which is the first exit that you will approach that is past the bridge.
    4. Take the GEORGE WASHINGTON MEM. PKWY - NORTH to the exit for MEMORIAL BRIDGE and ARLINGTON CEMETERY. Stay to the LEFT, and take the exit off of the parkway.
    5. From there, follow signs to ARLINGTON CEMETERY.

    NOTE: If you want to stay off the Baltimore-Washington Pkwy, continue on I-195 from the airport to I-95 SOUTH to WASHINGTON (at EXIT 4B), and then take I-95 SOUTH to I-295 NORTH (as in Interstate 295 NORTH) to WASHINGTON at EXIT 2B off I-95/I-495 Capitol Beltway. Then, take I-295 NORTH to I-695, which will take you to I-395, and follow the directions to the cemetery from #3 onwards.
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    Check with the office of the cemetery--they have records of who is buried where. Many people place ads in the newspaper regarding selling plots. However, I am not sure of what documentation is involved.
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  • Answer: Yes it is lega, by law we cemeteries have the right to bury husband on top of wife or child on top of mother etc. As long as the family of the deceased requests and authorizes us to do so yes it is legal

What religion burns black candles and wraps their confessions around the wax then buries it in a cemetery?

  • None of the christian denominations do. It may be a kabbalahistic or hoodounan rite or ritual. The founding religion of the graveyard may help you narrow it down.

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