A Scottish man has a web address engraved on his tombstone so that people can visit a website dedicated to his memory.
Billy Kemp, of Old Kilpatrick, West Dumbartonshire, who died nearly two years ago, has what is thought to be Scotland's first grave with an online strategy.
Kemp, a local councillor who was heavily involved in community events, died at the age of 52. The Billy Kemp website has pictures and details of his life and was created by his son James.
His widow Liz told the Daily Record that they had decided to engrave the address on the tombstone as a way of informing friends and family of the site.
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