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The “Bone Finder” uses ground-penetrating radar to find lost graves at Congressional

The “Bone Finder” uses ground-penetrating radar to find lost graves at Congressional

By Leah Binkovitz December 25, 2013 In cemeteries across the country, Bob Perry stalks the grounds looking for unmarked graves, forgotten burials and lost lives. He has his own logo: a skull and crossbones with the words “Bone Finder” above and “Tracking the Dead” below. Equipped with what is essentially a heavy duty baby stroller …

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MAPPING THE PAST

MAPPING THE PAST

By Beacon- Villager Thursday, September 17, 2009 Radar mapping at Glenwood Cemetery aims to reveal long-forgotten grave sites Maynard – As the sun beat down on the grass of Glenwood Cemetery on a recent summer morning, Bob Perry and his son Jesse were searching the cemetery, looking for a grave. But these two men weren’t …

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High Probability of Unmarked Burials Detected at Old City Cemetery

High Probability of Unmarked Burials Detected at Old City Cemetery

By Elizabeth Jordan,Staff Reporter WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER. 7, 2008 After visiting Sandersville for the Georgia Municipal Cemetery Association’s conference in September, Bob Perry, owner of TOPOGRAPHIX, a digital mapping service using groundpeneterating radar, teamed with the City of Sandersville to scan the Old City Cemetery for unmarked burials beginning October 27. While in Washington County, perry …

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