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 Definition Taphophile is the study of graves and burial practices. [d] [e]
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Just in time for Halloween a new definition I learned today thanks to my kids. My mother used to love visiting old graveyards and I would tag along. Reading headstones can teach history in a unique way and I did not know there was a formal hobby for this interest.Mary Ash 21:12, 10 October 2010 (UTC)


Cool. Shouldn't it live under taphophilly or taphophilia or whatever the hobby name is? Aleta Curry 23:54, 10 October 2010 (UTC)

I'll post my opinion on this as soon as I finish Her Fearful Symmetry. I'm just getting to the good part so I can't be haunted, er, disturbed right now. Spoiler warning: Elspeth was Darth Vader's (*#&434!*(37#!#$ +++ NO CARRIER Bruce M. Tindall 01:42, 11 October 2010 (UTC)