In Beaver County, PA, there is the grave of Judge John Reddick. One of the first men to be voted as a judge for the state of Pennsylvania, he was smart, quick witted, and loved racing horses. There is a mystery surrounding him as well as a LEGEND to go with it. It would seem that at his death in 1830, the judge had some rather strange instructions for his burial. He was originally from Virginia, but when he got older he moved to Pennsylvania. He love both states greatly, so his request has his grave half in Virginia (now West Virginia) and half in Pennsylvania. Supposedly there is a door on each end of his above-ground tomb. That is where the mystery comes in. Why would he request such a thing? There is a story about it.
The grave is now on private property, surrounded by a fence. According to the locals in the area, there are no doors on the tomb. It sits quietly in someone's back yard. After the Civil War ended, the border lines changed between PA and what would become West Virginia. The Judges grave now sits a full ten feet into Pennsylvania.
The pics are from the Pittsburgh Press, 1953.