HILLSIDE — A woman who went to a cemetery on Sunday to check on her grandmother's grave said she was shocked to find stacked caskets, including an open one infested with rats, according to a report by RLS Metro Breaking News.

The woman told the news site that she tried to tell a manager at the Evergreen Cemetery that she saw seven caskets stacked on each other but got no response.

A spokeswoman for the Division of Consumer Affairs told the Townsquare News Network that the Cemetery Board is aware of allegations and is investigating.

"Consumers wishing to report an issue with a nonsectarian regulated cemetery can file a complaint online or call 1-800-242-5846 to receive a complaint form by mail," she said.

The cemetery is the final resting place of "The Red Badge of Courage" author Stephen Crane.

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