Bass Fisherman Lands White River Gravestone

What do you do when you catch a 145-year-old gravestone? Put it in your garden, obviously.

After snagging a stone engraved "Frank H. Kelly, 1830-1862," which led authorities to about a dozen more all apparently dumped into the White River, Indianapolis man Jim Hodges told the Associated Press his plan: "I figure it belongs in my garden just as well as it belongs in the bottom of a river," he said—that is, until someone wants it back.