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Stories vary as to whether he was locked in by his caretakers because they wanted to abandon him and/or they were no longer able to care for him.lived around Riverside Cemetery when I was a kid and used to play there before they built I-71.My brother and I have always witnessed strange sounds/sights there when we were younger.One time, a child [90% of the time, the child is a boy] went inside the mausoleum. He couldn't get out and remained stuck inside and eventually died.In another version of this story, the boy was handicapped (either physically or mentally), and because of this, he was locked inside and later died there.The father was so overcome with grief that he could not bring himself to bury his son.He regularly visited the basement, sitting by his son's coffin and reading books out loud to him.This went on for about 10 months, until he finally agreed to bury his son.
After a boring and uneventful five minute break I went back, picked up the tape recorder and got ready to head back home.The main floor of the barn has nothing remarkable in it except for Metroparks groundskeeper equipment and some owls and bats during the summer months.I've never felt threatened or that there was anything with bad intent there, however.I have seen weird snow footprints there over the years.This last summer, I bought my grandson a new camcorder that has the snapshot memories card. Here is a picture that I took at the Riverside Cemetery Chapel.