Map of Pennsylvania highlighting Crawford County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Editor’s note: Is there something in the water? People are just going off the rails lately!
Something puzzling has happened in Meadville, a community 90 miles north of Pittsburgh.
The gravesite of former Gov. Raymond Shafer was desecrated last month, its monument defaced, the grave dug down to the vault and messages written in spray paint on the exterior of a nearby church, cursing the late governor in French.
State police in Meadville have no suspects and no leads. And the family of the late governor, who led Pennsylvania from 1967 to 1971 and who died in 2006, has no idea what prompted the vandalism.
“We do know that it’s probably not somebody who did it on the spur of the moment,” said the late governor’s daughter Diane Shafer Domnick, who lives in Meadville and teaches at the University of Pittsburgh in Titusville. “People had to be ready to do the damage that they did.”
Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/local/region/vandals-strike-gravesite-of-former-pa-governor-666864/#ixzz2FSwTZStA