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Parking Area "A" 35.87350°, 92.91432° 

Sign at entrance of FR 92134B

Parking Area "B" 35.87583°, 92.91367°
 Entering Stack Rock 35.88165°, 92.91259°
Bear Crack (On Top)
Bear Crack from below 
Access Up 35.88453°, 92.90902°

View to the North

Tombstone 35.88315°, 92.91165°
 Effie D. (Wife of W.H. Eveleigh)
Born Aug. 25, 1887, Died April 13, 1917

The following information was obtain from Ancestry.com:
Effie Dora may be (?) the daughter of Amos Jefferson Coghill (4/9/49-4/9/25) and Apalena Briddle (8/11/49-10/8/26). Amos and Lena had ten children, five boys and five girls.
They lived in Oklahoma and Adair County, Missoui, where Effie was born, and in Searcy County, Arkansas.
Effie married William Henry Eveleigh (2/18/88-11/6/72) sometime prior to the birth of their first son, Orra Lafayette Eveleigh (11/23/12-12/29/01), he was born in Oklahoma. They had a second son,
Charles Woodrow Eveleigh (5/10/14-8/10/99), he was born in Kansas, and a third son, John J. Eveleigh (4/9/17-4/1/31), born in Searcy County, Arkansas. 
 From the dates on Effie's tombstone, she died four days after John's birth?
William Henry Eveleigh draft card for WWI was dated 6/5/17, two months after Effie's death.  It states William was single and had three children.
Effie's parents were living in Searcy County, Arkansas during this time and it may that William and Effie moved to Searcy County from Kansas, because of the pending war?
William later married a lady named Julia J. in 1940 in Kansas at the age of 52.
William is buried in Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Coffeyville, Kansas.

Stack Rock 35.88717°, 92.90868°

Grotto findings
Rock climbing evidence
Bluffs along east side
North end bluffs
Upper Grotto
35.88506°, 92.91085°

A few tight squeezes