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Salmon Arm's buried history

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A Salmon Arm woman offers walking tours of the area's cemeteries. (Photo by Leah Shaw)


Salmon Arm's Deborah Chapman is a history buff and the local heritage museum's curator and archivist.


So, it's not too surprising to see her poking around in a cemetery.


What is surprising is how popular her cemetery tours have become. Deborah has been offering these walks for more than 10 years with the next one planned for Sunday, October 6th.


The CBC's Leah Shaw got a private viewing of Deborah Chapmans's favourite tombstones and the stories that lie beneath.
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