The annual graveside event honors those whose bodies go unclaimed following their deaths, a practice that dates to the 1890s, when Los Angeles County first began burying indigent and other unclaimed individuals.
When you die in Pennsylvania's most affluent county and no one claims your body, years you were cremated and stuffed in boxes into a room of a suburban office building — for years. That is now changing in Chester County.
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