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Appearances from Willie Nelson. This episode was filmed at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.
It was released to DVD exclusively through Walmart. This is Urban and Mayer's second Crossroads appearance. This is Chesney's second Crossroads appearance.
This is McBride's second Crossroads appearance. This is Harris' second Crossroads appearance. This is Nelson's third, and Johnson and Crow's second appearance.
This episode was ninety minutes long instead of the usual sixty minutes. This is Aldean's second appearance.
This is Lynyrd Skynyrd's second appearance. This is Evans' third appearance. An old Welsh custom calls for corpses to be laid down at every crossroads and prayed over as they are carried from the graveyard, in order to protect the dead from evil spirits and prevent the corpse from becoming a revenent itself Guiley.
In many countries the victims of a murder or suicide are buried at crossroads. Until English law required that suicides be buried in the highway, crossroads were chosen and the corpse was often staked Simpson and Roud. This was a ritual of public disgrace to deter others, and a sign that there was a possibility of the suicide returning as a vampire.
Suicides who had sinned by taking their own lives were not permitted to be buried in consecrated ground in churchyards or cemeteries.
She was buried at the intersection of a road and a moorland track in Dartmoor. A hooded figure is often seen kneeling at the side of the grave. Thanks to Katie Taylor for reminding of this unsettling crossroads grave.
Murder victims were also taken to crossroads because it was feared their spirits would be restless and troubled and would return to take revenge on the living. Burial at a crossroads would supposedly keep them at peace. Superstitions are often contradictory and so it is with the supernatural nature of crossroads.
Vampires are believed to stalk their victims at crossroads, their place of power. Conversely, crossroads are said to neutralise malevolent beings and render them powerless. According to Eastern European lore, vampires become confused at crossroads, losing their prey.