It is a place unlike any other, with bones scattered about.
Many people still prefer to avoid using prepositions at the end of sentences, despite it being a widely recognized myth. To avoid using "about" at the end of your sentence. Try using "everywhere", "here and there," or something with more concrete, sensory details -- "over the ground and among the sharp grey rocks" (for example).
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