This is the grave of Barnabas Bell, also known as the invisible man of Vindlekind. Little Barnabas caused great confusion when he was born, ordinary in the sense he was screaming his lungs out and flailing tiny fists, but completely invisible. His mother sewed bells into all his trousers so she could find him, but she could never quite be sure he was really eating all his brussels sprouts. When he was older he became a brilliant portrait photographer, capturing people, animals and rocks in unaware, relaxed states. He now rests in Vindlekind Cemetery, and although several engravers have tried to inscribe his name upon his headstone, each time all sign of their work has vanished by morning.