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Troy Wharton said:   July 27, 2014 11:25 am PST
You are destined for greatness, young man! "Now, Voyager, Now! " Never lose that appetite for truth and curiosity. Your persistence & resourcefulness will reward you in ways seen and unseen. Am proud of you, Kurt!

Ted Ringger said:   June 27, 2014 11:38 am PST
Impressive site and quest for a young person. Congratulations. I would only add that the light text on the light, striped borders can be difficult for some to read. I completed my 'Dead Presidents Quest' in 2008 and consider it a highlight of my life for what I have seen and learned. I have posted stories and images of each on the anniversary of their deaths. The final five will be up in July at http://imagesandmore.blogspot.com/ Keep up the good work.

Bill Peck said:   June 27, 2014 5:59 am PST
Very nice website. I enjoy going to old cemeteries as well. Have you ever been to Colonial Park Cemetery in Savannah, GA? Many years ago there was a great flood and bodies washed up. There are now many tombstones hung on the wall with with iron rods. They are the tombstones that washed out and no body could be identifies that matched.

Joseph Carroll said:   May 14, 2014 1:24 pm PST
Hello Kurt! I am a fellow grave hunter, to which I've seen 36 out of the 38 presidential gravesites, missing Reagan and Nixon. I also have seen people like Alexander Hamilton, Elvis Presley, Paul Revere, The Wright Brothers, Robert Kennedy, Henry Ford, Robert E Lee, and Huey P. Long, just to name a few. I've been to 85 gravesites overall, and I say that your site is a great place to know that I'm not the only person with a hobby like this!

Tiffany said:   May 8, 2014 6:08 am PST
Pretty Hardcore hobby man. Takes dedication yo.

Mimi Simpson said:   April 18, 2014 2:56 am PST
I really enjoy reading about the presidents and seeing the graves...Your site is well done and easy to navigate...Keep up the good work...

Dennis Avery said:   April 2, 2014 12:14 pm PST
My wife and I are in our seventies and frequently visit Vice President Humphrey's grave site, which is only a 20 minute drive from our house. We were there just today, and found your medallion on his bronze marker. We brought it home and looked you up. Your story is amazing and an inspiration to all young people to be persistent with their dreams. The coin is absolutely beautiful, but we are understandably reluctant to keep it for ourselves if it is intended for another.

Richard Norton Smith said:   March 27, 2014 10:16 am PST
Congratulations on Rocky! I know bertter than anyone just what an achievement it is. Likewise on your interest in presidential history. You're lucky to have a father who encouraged you - remember that when you're six (or seven, or eight, or twelve) year old clamours for - ? I hope our paths cross one day. In the meantime, thanks for your kind words. And best wishes for the years ahead. RNS

Mark said:   March 14, 2014 3:30 pm PST
Kurt- Awesome website. I've been to every Presidential grave (except Reagan), and now I'm inspired to hit the VP graves. I've got along way to go, as I've only been to those that later became President.

Georgia Gonzales said:   March 12, 2014 3:44 pm PST
I found this very interesting. I am related to John Phillips and Wendell Phillips from Boston.

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