“On May 3rd, 2003, I was at Cedar Hill Cemetery in Scottsboro, AL at approximately 1:30 in the afternoon taking photos.
The sky was a dark grey and I could hear thunder rumbling not too far away. I knew it was time to wrap it up. I started to make my way back to my car when I noticed a grave I had never seen before.
It looked like a concrete slab with four-inch walls all the way around, and inside there was approximately three inches of water which reflected the name and date of the individual buried there. It was very unusual, so I took one last picture and just made it to my car in time when the skies opened up.
Later that evening, I downloaded my pictures to my computer. As I studied the unusual “water grave,” I noticed something very bright in the background of the photo. I blew up the photo and to my amazement, there was a small child (a girl I believe) looking back at me.