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Watery Grave may refer to:

Burial at sea disposal of human remains in the ocean, normally from a ship or boat;regularly performed by navies, and is done by private citizens in many countries

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<i>Watery Grave</i> (EP) extended play by Miracle Fortress

The Watery Grave EP was Graham Van Pelt's first release under his solo project Miracle Fortress. The self-released five-song EP was recorded in 2005 at Friendship Cove, a recording studio/indie rock venue owned by Van Pelt and fellow friend Jack Dylan. The success of Watery Grave gained Van Pelt the attention of record label Secret City of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. This led to a collaboration that yielded his first full-length album Five Roses.

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