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Consumer Watch: Cemetery "Loses" Deceased

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By Amanda Taylor, NEWS 9

OKLAHOMA CITY -- We all know burying a loved is emotional, but one widower said "anger" is not the emotion she expected to feel. She's upset because she said a metro cemetery has lost her husband.

She called our Consumer Watch Team and what we can gather is when her husband was buried there eight years ago, the cemetery had different ownership. The new owners claim when they took over, the cemetery maps were inaccurate and since the grave was not properly marked, they unknowingly double sold the families' plots. Now someone else is buried in the spot where the widower thought her husband was, which has us asking, "Where is he?"

We'll show you what happened while we were out at the cemetery and the surprising lack of oversight of all cemeteries in Oklahoma, tonight on NEWS 9 at 10.

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