An above ground burial vault had a few items piled top. This being an old cemetery there were many obstacles around making it difficult to get a closer look. Of course the obvious thing was to take a shot, which I did.
What I discovered was an old hand made brick from the original plantation, remnants of an old American Flag, and some other cloth.
The photograph actually turned out to be interesting both for the content and the crypt itself.
Note; the brick is one of the old rough and uneven bricks common around Charleston. When you find one it’s important to take a close look. Some still have the finger impression from the person who removed the still warm brick from a kiln. Most likely an enslaved worker from the local plantation.