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  In Rose Hill Cemetery of Shenandoah: A certain headstone of an alter who once was Mayor, is graced with seven withered roses, every year on the day he died. There is a rose for every year he severed the city, which stands for every year he stole their funds, and for the $70,000 which was noticed missing after his death. As the number is symbolic, so are the withered roses.
As the story goes while gardening in the yard of his lavished home, A prick from a single rose thorn, set up an infection he would never recover from. Unable to live long enough to rectify his crimes it is said, his restless
    spirit haunts that very cemetery which enslaved him for evermore. .
Submitted by Anonymous Witness
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