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This house would be their home.
But there’s one thing about it you may not like, the late Jackie Benningfield told his wife Betty Benningfield in the early ‘70s.
Someone buried dead people in their new backyard.
Embraced by a 200-year-old stone fence, the Bell-Carpenter graveyard rests a few feet away from the intersection of Carlton and Maple Drive.
Believe it or not, Betty Benningfield said, a thicket of trees surrounded this family plot in the Anderson County countryside instead of a row of houses in the well-developed subdivision.
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