Ted Kennedy’s Grave Site

| September 7, 2009 | 1 Comment

I visited Ted Kennedy’s grave this morning. It was very moving. While there were a few people milling around JFK’s memorial, when I first arrived at Ted’s, I was alone. It is a simple memorial, just like brother Robert’s, a small flat gravestone and a white cross. As you can see from the picture, the outlines of the dug grave are still visible. All three brothers are directly beneath Robert E. Lee’s home. It is said that Arlington Cemetery is where it is so that Robert E. Lee could observe the full consequences of his treasonous rebellion against the U.S. Government.

On a more peaceful note, I overheard a tour guide talking about the location of the Kennedy gravesite. Apparently, Kennedy visited the Lee mansion, which has a spectacular view (passed the thousands of graves) of Washington monuments, the Lincoln, Washington and the Capitol. Kennedy observed that it was so impressive that one could spend eternity there.

So, he will, with his brothers.

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  1. Brent says:

    Thank you for this post… Such a peaceful photo indeed.

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