When his in-laws died and were buried in Florida, Michael Gillman was left with the dilemma of what to do with the folks’ graves on Long Island. Naturally, in this digitally-steroidal era, Craigslist seemed like a no-brainer to Gillman. Alas.
“We have been able to unload a number of other things that we did not need,” he said. Unfortunately, “only a Jew can be buried in the cemetery.”
If you’re in the market, know that Gillman has heavily discounted these parcels. (They usually go for $1,600 to $2,000 a piece.) Check out Gillman’s post below for more details.