Charleston Part I: Unitarian Church Graveyard

I have a deep passion for graveyards and the Unitarian Church graveyard in Charleston may take the cake as my favorite graveyard thus far. Purposely overgrown (or as they say, “organized chaos”) – the graveyard boasts a welcoming atmosphere for floral and fauna. As I stepped foot in the graveyard, I noticed a gentle hum and looked down to see thousands of honeybees zipping about. Funny story – the previous night, I had watched ‘Hannibal’ on NBC in the hotel room, and the episode involved a lady who used human bodies as hives for honeybees. That, combined with my purchase of honey that same day, made me regard the bees here with a wary eye.

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