An Unusual Citation
Before I go on, I should say that Mr. Morgan is a grave douser. He mentions a visit to the Lann Cemetery in the county where he took one of the newspaper's reporters to prove his ability to douse graves at one point. She had told him that her grandfather had replaced some of the field stones in the cemetery with tile pots. Apparently the question is where they came from because there were no nearby Civil War engagements . The article goes on where Mr. Morgan decides that they must be burials from Franklin and Nashville where some of the Monroe County troops had been engaged in battle and that wagons had gone to retrieve the bodies and "bring them home."
Here is where the article gets interesting. Mr. Morgan took a psychic to the cemetery on January 1. She managed to get 5 of the 65 buried there to communicate with her, according to Mr. Morgan. Some of them gave names and other information; others mostly commented on their charming characteristics. Some told how they died in the battle.
So, exactly how does one cite a revelation by a dead person to a psychic?