I'm going to have myself embalmed, and in a plastic coffin of the kind they use to store nuclear waste. I'll have my fingers in the FU position, and a t-shirt that reads, Rest in Peace means Rest in Peace, you A**holes.
LOL, that'll be a shock a few centuries hence.
As far as my situation, I can't honestly say that it was Wake Forest's fault; the site was way back in the woods, and as I mentioned, no one knew it was there at the time. They were merely researching early Moravian settlements and doing archaological digs. But, there were a few remaining, legible headstones bearing names common in the area, and controversy should have been easy to predict. The aforementioned Moravians kept meticulous records, in German, of every single person buried there, in "choirs" segregated by married or single, male or female, in death as in life, so all the grave sites were eventually identified. It's now part of Bethabara Park, and entrance is restricted to descendants. The disturbed graves were never restored, though.
Will you be hugging your big brass bowl?