Devastating Photos of Crushed Young Woman in a Bridal Gown Crying on Her Late Fiancé's Grave
A series of photographs shows the terrible tragedy that lives a young bride who cries kneeling by the grave of her future husband.
The young couple planned to marry only three weeks later, but all their dreams were frustrated when the fiancée died after a man to whom he was selling a video game console shot him.
Sara Baluch, 22, counted the days that were missing for what was supposed to be the happiest weekend of life; the weekend in which he would marry Mohammad Sharifi, 24 years old. Unfortunately, that day never arrived.
The bride put on her ivory chiffon dress that she had chosen to wear at the altar and instead of going to get married she went to the cemetery where the love of her life rested outside of Nashville, Tennessee.
In the images you can see the bride in her white dress, kneeling by the grave of her fiance on a cloudless day in Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens.
Baluch cried unstoppably as she was consoled by her loved ones who took turns reciting prayers and reading the Qur'an. "I'm so sorry, Mohammad, I'm so sorry, I'm so sorry," the girl repeated as tears ran down her face.
Sharifi was shot dead in the parking lot of an apartment complex in Hixson on February 19. There he had agreed to sell his Xbox One gaming system to D'Marcus White after talking to him on the Facebook Marketplace.
His fiancee was the first to arrive at the hospital after Sharifi was shot. When she asked the hospital staff for information on what room she was in, she was told that her boyfriend was not in the system. Minutes later, a nurse approached the girl and told her that Sharifi was dead.
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