The grave of ballerina Marie Tagioni at the Montmartre cemetery in Paris, where young dancers still leave their dancing shoes and flowers. Marie Taglioni pioneered the en pointe style of dance which characterises ballet today
Nature is relentless. It is sad that we can no longer read the details on this memorial, but in another sense this is the way of things... Nature is that we die and in time, as our loved ones pass over as well, we are forgotten... ~M x
The local legend is that Sarah was a witch and that the cage was put over her grave to stop her from rising! The grave is in the north side of the churchyard and that was traditionally the area set aside for suicides and wrongdoers. But would a witch be buried in consecrated ground?