Travelling to Florida’s most interesting cemeteries, Haskins visits Napoleon’s nephew, tells the gruesome story of a man who dug up his love and
lived with her for seven years, and even shares a murder mystery. Whether the final resting places of Civil War soldiers killed
in battle or of the four-hundred-year-old remains of nuns peacefully interred
by their shell-studded chapel, each plot has a unique story to tell.
Representing half of the state’s population, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida is one of the busiest federal courts in the nation and has been at the center of major decisions for more than fifty years.