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My back yard ain't to shabby either :)

Article about: Well, I should say my neighbor's back yard. A few years back, shortly before I moved in, my neighbor planted a new hedge (maybe the old perv likes sunbathing in the buff , but anyways, while

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    Default My back yard ain't to shabby either :)

    Well, I should say my neighbor's back yard. A few years back, shortly before I moved in, my neighbor planted a new hedge (maybe the old perv likes sunbathing in the buff , but anyways, while digging the holes for the roots, he finds a helmet, under the helmet a skull. He now gets a tad bit worried and calls the police. They come out and call EOD and the German VdK. Turns out, it was a hasty field grave, or the guy was killed and burried when our town was bombarded before the Brits and Americans entered Geilenkirchen. My house by the way was blown up and eventually rebuilt. I cannot dig in my yard without finding tons of junk (mainly bricks, rusted chunks of iron and other trash). Alas, I have no photos, but figured this nonetheless is an interesting tidbit of info. Danny

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    Default Re: My back yard ain't to shabby either :)

    Hire a JCB!

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    Default Re: My back yard ain't to shabby either :)

    Strange, yet creepy

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