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  8. Jun 22,  · Following are 15 very true (if morbid) stories of people who have dug up graves for a variety of macabre reasons; as you can imagine, there are no real good (or legal) reasons to do so, and thus, the tales of grave-robbers are always grotesquely interesting ones. Read on for a little dose of something bizarre, intriguing, and oh, so gross.
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