The story goes that in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s depending on which account your read, during the removal of coffins from graves, the fully intact, petrified remains of a young lady were found. The town of Ezel was experiencing a typhoid epidemic and it was said that the rotting corpses in the cemetery were contaminating the ground water. It was ordered by the town to move the coffins to a safer location and that’s when the body was discovered . . .
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