It's easy to decorate your property if you know where to shop.
One woman in West Virginia decided the best place to get decor for her property was a local family cemetery. She went through and stole headstones to line her burn pit. And concrete angels. And other graveside decor.
Unfortunately for her, it wasn't her family's cemetery and she had no right to take the things inside it.
Obviously, she has mental issues. She burned down her own house, for petesakes.
And she's threatened to burn down her neighbors' houses, too. So why she wasn't locked up ages ago escapes me.
Here's the best article I could find on the subject. I originally found out about the news story through FindaGrave.com's FB page. (A great resource for locating distant relatives' final resting places.)
Finally, I realize that in this case, the thief was mentally ill, but it does bring to mind a point: Why can't people understand the simple idea that if something doesn't belong to them, they don't touch it? Doesn't matter what it is. It blows my mind that they can't grasp the concept. How about you?