i thought the op had said the crypt had belonged to someone who had not died yet actually.
I was just at a cemetery this past weekend. Out of thousands of markers i saw no Gothic font. Quoting: ST. TOMA
I'm just saying this guy put a lot of thought into every single thing he placed on his crypt. I would think he chose Gothic font over many others for a specific reason, don't you?
Did I miss a post about where this cemetery is located and the name of it?
I believe many answers can be discovered with one phone call.
She did. But the more I think about it the fishier this whole thing is.
Where is the OP?
Re-read "her" original post. We're taking everything she is telling us to be the truth.
1. How does she know the guy's not dead yet?Did she go inside? Was it locked? Could she SEE anything inside?
2. Why is she asking us to interpret this whole thing as though it is meant to be a gift for her from her boyfriend who suddenly died?
3. If her boyfriend was into all of this stuff, wouldn't she have known it?
3. If we've put so much time in this why couldn't she be more clear about the part where she says she knows what "Schumann" means but not tell US what it means.
4. Why wouldn't she give us the location of this cemetery so we could easily research it ourselves? I imagine such a crypt would stand out in most cemeteries and even mentioned somewhere on the Internet.
5. Do you see any other vaults around anywhere? All I see is a chained fence. I don't think such an ornate tomb would be placed in such an unkempt part of the cemetery.
Something tells me we've all been played.
Just what if the real OP is the person who designed this crypt and is sitting back laughing at us?
Just my opinion.