Many volunteers working with pioneer cemetery projects and local county historical societies will tell you that dowsing works. Grave dowsing is used by genealogists as a way to locate unmarked graves. It has also been employed to help locate lost burial grounds, find pioneer cemeteries, and uncover the burial grounds of Native Americans. This class is an introduction to the art of grave dowsing. You will learn about the different kinds of dowsing rods, how to use L-rod type dowsing rods, and how to determine age and gender of the individuals buried using dowsing rods. Besides the two lecture classes, we will meet on Saturday for a two-hour session to practice dowsing. Students must provide their own transportation to practice session site. Materials fee of $25 covers the cost of an L-rod-type dowsing rod. No pre-requisite.