NASA's Cassini orbiter captured this view of Saturn on June 15, from a distance of about 1.8 million miles (2.9 million kilometers). The rings' shadow runs across the planet's sunlit side. The speck in the lower left corner is Enceladus, a 313-mile-wide (504-kilometer-wide) moon of Saturn.
Elizabeth loved her husband so much, when he died she hung herself from a tree nearby. If ghosts haunt places where misfortune occurs, Elizabeth has every excuse in the world to show up in a pale dress and chase away gawkers who drive up the lonely lane inside the Pleasant Valley Wilderness Area. She is followed by two dark shadow figures that add to the chase and may force your car to break down. People have been touched, they see shadows running from the trees straight toward the graves.