Oh, that's a good one! Lol!Cemetary story... In the old days, our larger cemetary had an above ground concrete crypt about 16 feet square with a steel door and shelving and up to six coffins could be kept in there in the winter until the ground thawed enough for a grave to be hand dug.
When I worked there part-time after school and all days on Saturdays, there were 4 other full time workers, all old men that worked a regular shift and left at 5 pm. To get my hours in, I worked on until dark alone.
After the Custodian started using a backhoe for the initial "scoops" and finished up with hand tools, that crypt was no longer needed to store bodies even in the winter, and was used to store lawn mowers and hand tools.
One evening I came in around 9 pm and went to store my mower and some old man had locked himself in at 5 pm quitting time. Talk about spooky, I opened that old squeaky door and that old man came running out after being in there in the dark for 4 hours. It scared me when he rushed out, but I was not so nearly so scared as he was.... He never came back to work anymore.
I can understand if graves had to be hand dug and the ground frozen, well, that's a problem. The funeral I attended in Winchester a few months back--- it was raining so hard that day they held the burial over till the next day