Links of the Dead September 2019

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 Links Of The Dead: {September 2018} | {September 2017} | {September 2016} | {September 2015}

💀Is Dying at Home Overrated?
💀The Women Who Crash Funerals to Loudly Cry
💀The Best Obituary Ever, and the Wacky Funeral That Followed
💀The Role of Nurses When Patients Decide to End Their Lives
💀Barbie Celebrates Day of the Dead With A Special Edition
💀I Wonder If You Would Be Proud Of Me, If You Were Still Alive
💀Caitlin Doughty recommends 6 books that explain death in America
💀Lego Model Funeral Kits For The Small And Large Undertaker of Tomorrow
💀Six Flags will pay couples $600 to lie in a coffin together for 30 hours straight
💀‘Called To Be A Funeral Director’: Most Mortuary School Grads Are First In The Family
💀Pam doesn’t want to be buried in a coffin, so she’s knitting her own recycled burial shroud
💀Rest in peace? Not so much. Corpses move for more than a year after death, scientist finds

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