In late August, The Daily News told readers about vandalism that took place at the 200-year-old Paradise cemetery in a wooded area near Trough Creek State Park. Several old stones in the cemetery were removed and later mysteriously replaced by an individual(s) unknown to park officials.

Numerous headstones in the old cemetery were uprooted from the ground where many of them have existed since the area was populated as an iron furnace community in the 1850s. Two of the oldest stones in the cemetery were snapped in pieces.

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