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Podcast 51 – Buried Alive in Vermont?


Buried Alive in Vermont

In Episode 51 Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger visit Evergreen Cemetery in New Haven, Vermont, in search of the final resting place of Timothy Clark Smith — a man who suffered from taphephobia — the fear of being buried alive. Smith’s 1893 grave was designed with a chimney and a window. Why did he do it? And what’s down there?

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Edited by: Ray Auger
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Timothy Clark Smith's grave at Evergreen Cemetery in New Haven, Vermont

Dr. Timothy Clark Smith’s grave at Evergreen Cemetery in New Haven, Vermont

The window into Timothy Clark Smith's grave

The window into Timothy Clark Smith’s grave

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