This tombstone wasn't Ball or Harrelson but I always love the ones with the Confederate Flag on them....so southern. You know the flags must be placed there for the men who fought during the war between the states.
Anonymous - who did not want to leave a real name wrote the following -
It was interesting to read your blog and see the photos you took recently of Strawberry Chapel. Please remove the image showing guests standing in front of the chapel before service, and request any other persons, blogs or entities sharing your photo, to do the same.
Strawberry is a special place; worshiping there is a sacred and personal experience, and a time to share with family and friends in privacy. The gentleman that allowed you to enter the property to take photos did not speak for all.
The chapel is in need of donations for continual repairs due to vandalism and time; Anyone selling photos of the chapel, grounds or graves should consider contributing to Strawberry's Restoration Fund.
Due to recent and continued vandalism, every effort is being made to inform the general public, ghosts hunters, and curiosity seekers that Strawberry Chapel, its grounds, and burial plots are private property. It may seem harsh but: Anyone entering the grounds for any reason is breaking-the-law so subject to possible arrest or a fine for trespassing. Strawberry is an active place of worship; It is not abandoned.
Hope our wishes are not misunderstood by those that may read this. Thank you very much. BHG