Its members have protested at Kentucky Fried Chicken stores and even burned Col. Harland Sanders in effigy. But now People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is going to the grave to target KFC—actually, Colonel Sanders's resting place, Louisville's Cave Hill Cemetery. Matt Prescott, PETA's anti-KFC boss, has just put up his tombstone three sections from the Colonel. On it is a 16-line acrostic poem, with letters down the left side reading, "KFC tortures birds." Cemetery Superintendent Lee Squires isn't amused and promises to remove the tombstone. "KFC wouldn't appreciate it," he tells us. "That's politically incorrect and basically inflammatory."