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Extreme epitaphs

Gravestones today bear personalized inscriptions, sometimes whimsical or irreverent

By Douglas Belkin
Globe Staff / February 24, 2005

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Stephanie Chakar was on her way to a pizza shop after final exams one day last June when the car she was sitting in was rear-ended by an SUV. The impact hurled the Pelham, N.H., high school freshman into a coma. She died six days later. She was 15. (Full article: 1454 words)

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