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Property Owner In Texas Turns His Yard Into Fake Cemetery To Stop Littering [VIDEO]

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A property owner in Texas, who got fed up with litter and people hanging out on his corner lot decided to turn his lawn into a cemetery.

Now, I have had litter in my front yard before and had to clean it up here and there, but this guy took to the extreme. According to KTRK-TV, he bought an iron fence and real headstones that were rejects from a local monument company. When you walk by his property, you’d swear it was real, but no one is buried there.

As creepy as it is, apparently it’s working. Since it was changed, his lawn has never been cleaner.

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