Elegy. Sandra Yagi
Elegy. Sandra Yagi

A gathering of death related links that I have encountered in the past month or so. From somber to hilarious, from informative to creepy, here’s a snippet of things that have been reported on or journaled about in or related to the Death Industry recently.

Previous installments:
Links of the dead for February 2016
Links of the dead for January 2016
Links of the dead for December 2015
Links of the dead for November 2015
Links of the dead for September 2015
Links of the dead for August 2015


Macabre To The Bone: The Art of Lozzy Bones

7 Things No One Tells You About Losing A Parent As A Child

Artist Uses 3D Printer to Turn Human Ashes into Objects

Attention Whore Becky Has Open Casket Funeral

Companies offering pet bereavement days for employees after death of pets

Grieving in Community: A look at the way different communities treat grief vs the Western culture

Barney The Cemetery Cat, Who Comforted Mourners For 20 Years, Has Died

Corpses Attempt Hilarity: If you’re a Cards Against Humanity fan—then you need the first deathcare version!

Companies Want to Replicate Your Dead Loved Ones With Robot Clones

Shrouds or Lingerie? Traditional Female Burial Garments

Death Memoirs: Why The Grave Subject Sells So Well

Order of the Good Death members Bess Lovejoy and Megan Rosenbloom have put together a list of deathy books for all manner of death interests.

How We Mourn the Famous and What It Says About Collective Grief

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