The accused cemetery in a viral video of stacking corpses on top of each other insists that the basement has no evil stories because this is not what it looks like in front of the camera.
The deal is like this… A woman visited her sister’s conspiracy at Laurel Grove Cemetery in New Jersey and posted a video showing that there seemed to be a pile of new dirt on the grave of her loved one. She blew up the cemetery, accused it of doubling, and used the conspiracy to other people.
Jessica TavelA video circulated on TikTok was released. She said that the incident happened on Monday. She claimed that a pile of soil on her $12,000 plot of land gave off an extremely foul smell, and she thought the plot was disturbed.
However, Laurel Grove Cemetery told TMZ…The video is actually just showing the process of their daily maintenance of the plot-the soil was placed in the area before leveling, covered with topsoil , Sow seeds, and then cover with hay to protect the seeds.
The family did not buy it and stated that they are exploring legal actions and hope to conduct a formal inspection of the cemetery. They claimed that they submitted 2 reports to the police.
Laurel Grove said it was not aware of any police reports. It also insisted that the plot in the video had no additional burial or interference, and they had explained all this to their family members.