Yes, graves have story to tell, and especially to those who still mourn.
The article and the tour you write about [Graves have stories to tell, Oct. 11, Langley Advance] is utterly disgusting and immoral. This is classified as act of vandalism in civilized countries.
It shows very little intellect and respect. I assume you and these people behind the organization have not lost anybody. Your mum is still making your favourite cake and your daughter is still at school, doing fine.
Reality is that those graves that people are going to visit are actually real people with real stories, and the tour guides will not have a clue of who the people resting there are.
I could tell you a story or two about these people whom I am sure neither you nor your guests will find amusing, especially stories of cancer and other sickness.
I am not sure who will cash in on the event.
Morally disgusting and utterly sickening? Yes, and more.
Little intellect and lack of sensitivity must be the motive behind the initiative, and for this, I don't have anything else to say that you might be able to comprehend.
I wish other people will find 10 minutes of their time to express their feeling about this, as well.
It is things that we do not take care of that deteriorate.
Uli Larosa, Langley