The graves in St. James Parish in Wilmington date to the 1700s, and they include the resting place of Samuel Jocelyn, who was buried alive in 1810.
The graves in St. James Parish in Wilmington date to the 1700s, and they include the resting place of Samuel Jocelyn, who was buried alive in 1810. jshaffer@newsobserver.com
The graves in St. James Parish in Wilmington date to the 1700s, and they include the resting place of Samuel Jocelyn, who was buried alive in 1810. jshaffer@newsobserver.com

Shaffer: 2 Wilmington men argued about what happens after death; 1 still haunts the town

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