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(USA Today)   31 dead in Indiana funeral home. Cause of non-death being investigated   (usatoday.com) divider line
    More: Stupid, Louisville, Kentucky, Maj. Isaac Parker, Embalming, Lankford Funeral Home, Clark County Coroner's Office, funeral home, Ohio River, Parker's release  
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2022-07-04 3:01:14 AM  
I think we need to search the cemetery!
 
2022-07-04 4:37:06 AM  
Neat, Jeffersonville!

The place that makes Indiana talks about Gary, just to distract from the fact that Jeffersonville exists.
 
2022-07-04 4:56:58 AM  
Not as bad as that case in Missouri. That guy had junk cars full of bodies and iirc some out and exposed to the elements. Supposedly many were stacks and they had melted together.

Also iirc all that happened to him was a fine and not a huge fine either.
 
2022-07-04 5:24:24 AM  
Well...better than finding them mostly dead.
 
2022-07-04 5:28:17 AM  
Police investigate after 31 bodies, some in 'advanced stages of decomposition,' found

Sure it wasn't just a Cracker Barrel?
 
2022-07-04 5:30:47 AM  
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2022-07-04 6:56:27 AM  

Foolkiller: [fanfest.com image 393x345]


You know, that one has always bothered me, becaues the font look a bit too much like the old Intel Inside logo...
 
2022-07-04 8:04:34 AM  
But what about the important part, did the shareholders make money
 
2022-07-04 8:05:28 AM  

Trik: Not as bad as that case in Missouri. That guy had junk cars full of bodies and iirc some out and exposed to the elements. Supposedly many were stacks and they had melted together.

Also iirc all that happened to him was a fine and not a huge fine either.


Ask a mortician has a video on that
 
2022-07-04 8:10:01 AM  
Byrde family in for questioning.
 
2022-07-04 8:10:10 AM  

Norwegian Squirrel: Foolkiller: [fanfest.com image 393x345]

You know, that one has always bothered me, becaues the font look a bit too much like the old Intel Inside logo...


now I can't un-see this
 
2022-07-04 8:21:11 AM  

baka-san: Trik: Not as bad as that case in Missouri. That guy had junk cars full of bodies and iirc some out and exposed to the elements. Supposedly many were stacks and they had melted together.

Also iirc all that happened to him was a fine and not a huge fine either.

Ask a mortician has a video on that


Looks like she has well over a 100 videos.
I kinda scanned them but it didn't stand out.

Weird she tries to make herself look like NCIS Abbey.
 
2022-07-04 9:08:14 AM  
One more time to kill the pain
 
2022-07-04 9:16:07 AM  

Trik: baka-san: Trik: Not as bad as that case in Missouri. That guy had junk cars full of bodies and iirc some out and exposed to the elements. Supposedly many were stacks and they had melted together.

Also iirc all that happened to him was a fine and not a huge fine either.

Ask a mortician has a video on that

Looks like she has well over a 100 videos.
I kinda scanned them but it didn't stand out.

Weird she tries to make herself look like NCIS Abbey.


I wonder if she took it down, because I remember watching it but now I can't find it in my Youtube watch history.

From my recollection, the gist of it is that the funeral home director basically took them off the hands of impoverished families, and was waiting for the city/county/whichever authority to pay for a basic funeral, and they were taking too long.
 
2022-07-04 9:19:35 AM  

Arkanaut: Trik: baka-san: Trik: Not as bad as that case in Missouri. That guy had junk cars full of bodies and iirc some out and exposed to the elements. Supposedly many were stacks and they had melted together.

Also iirc all that happened to him was a fine and not a huge fine either.

Ask a mortician has a video on that

Looks like she has well over a 100 videos.
I kinda scanned them but it didn't stand out.

Weird she tries to make herself look like NCIS Abbey.

I wonder if she took it down, because I remember watching it but now I can't find it in my Youtube watch history.

From my recollection, the gist of it is that the funeral home director basically took them off the hands of impoverished families, and was waiting for the city/county/whichever authority to pay for a basic funeral, and they were taking too long.


That's not the one I was thinking of.
That one they guy ran a crematorium and either it was busted or the guy couldn't afford the fuel.
So he would take on the clients and then hide the bodies in old vehicles or just on top of things in the area.
Give the clients ash form whatever.
Did it for awhile, I forget how many bodies there were but it was a lot.
 
2022-07-04 9:25:14 AM  

Trik: baka-san: Trik: Not as bad as that case in Missouri. That guy had junk cars full of bodies and iirc some out and exposed to the elements. Supposedly many were stacks and they had melted together.

Also iirc all that happened to him was a fine and not a huge fine either.

Ask a mortician has a video on that

Looks like she has well over a 100 videos.
I kinda scanned them but it didn't stand out.

Weird she tries to make herself look like NCIS Abbey.


The inner goth in me wants to smack you in the back of your head for that reference. But no Ask a Mortician is very knowledgeable about death and the history of funeral practices and how the funeral industry works. I have learned a lot from her webseries.
 
2022-07-04 9:28:02 AM  

Arkanaut: Trik: baka-san: Trik: Not as bad as that case in Missouri. That guy had junk cars full of bodies and iirc some out and exposed to the elements. Supposedly many were stacks and they had melted together.

Also iirc all that happened to him was a fine and not a huge fine either.

Ask a mortician has a video on that

Looks like she has well over a 100 videos.
I kinda scanned them but it didn't stand out.

Weird she tries to make herself look like NCIS Abbey.

I wonder if she took it down, because I remember watching it but now I can't find it in my Youtube watch history.

From my recollection, the gist of it is that the funeral home director basically took them off the hands of impoverished families, and was waiting for the city/county/whichever authority to pay for a basic funeral, and they were taking too long.


There was a combination of problems but it was he had no money to pay for fuel, getting older and he had to wait for the money to come in and such.
 
2022-07-04 9:43:14 AM  
I also did a quick look through Ask a Mortician to see if I could find a video for this place.

Found the one that was basically a guy running a crematorium as a get rich quick scheme. Jamming as many bodies as possible into the machine and giving people whatever as ashes. That one was in CA and the people involved were awful.

The other one was the guy trying to do the right thing to help poor or unclaimed people. That one was in MA, and the guy seemed like a good dude who got in over his head.

Didn't find an Indiana one but also didn't go through all the videos, just scrolled through the ones I remember.
 
2022-07-04 10:45:03 AM  

Trik: baka-san: Trik: Not as bad as that case in Missouri. That guy had junk cars full of bodies and iirc some out and exposed to the elements. Supposedly many were stacks and they had melted together.

Also iirc all that happened to him was a fine and not a huge fine either.

Ask a mortician has a video on that

Looks like she has well over a 100 videos.
I kinda scanned them but it didn't stand out.

Weird she tries to make herself look like NCIS Abbey.


Do not disrespect the bangs
 
2022-07-04 10:46:23 AM  
Proper corpse disposal is socialism.
Read the Constitution
 
2022-07-04 10:49:07 AM  
You guys are letting the death positive down
CREMATORY SCANDAL THAT CHANGED THE DEATH INDUSTRY
Youtube AtVddx8x_PE
 
2022-07-04 10:58:38 AM  

Trik: Arkanaut: Trik: baka-san: Trik: Not as bad as that case in Missouri. That guy had junk cars full of bodies and iirc some out and exposed to the elements. Supposedly many were stacks and they had melted together.

Also iirc all that happened to him was a fine and not a huge fine either.

Ask a mortician has a video on that

Looks like she has well over a 100 videos.
I kinda scanned them but it didn't stand out.

Weird she tries to make herself look like NCIS Abbey.

I wonder if she took it down, because I remember watching it but now I can't find it in my Youtube watch history.

From my recollection, the gist of it is that the funeral home director basically took them off the hands of impoverished families, and was waiting for the city/county/whichever authority to pay for a basic funeral, and they were taking too long.

That's not the one I was thinking of.
That one they guy ran a crematorium and either it was busted or the guy couldn't afford the fuel.
So he would take on the clients and then hide the bodies in old vehicles or just on top of things in the area.
Give the clients ash form whatever.
Did it for awhile, I forget how many bodies there were but it was a lot.


You are thinking of Tristate in Georgia
 
2022-07-04 11:01:30 AM  
It's basically the mortuary version of Lucy at the candy factory.
 
2022-07-04 1:51:10 PM  
Besides a morgue, isn't a funeral home where you would expect to find dead people?  <wink> /sarcasm
 
2022-07-04 2:00:58 PM  

Arkanaut: Trik: baka-san: Trik: Not as bad as that case in Missouri. That guy had junk cars full of bodies and iirc some out and exposed to the elements. Supposedly many were stacks and they had melted together.

Also iirc all that happened to him was a fine and not a huge fine either.

Ask a mortician has a video on that

Looks like she has well over a 100 videos.
I kinda scanned them but it didn't stand out.

Weird she tries to make herself look like NCIS Abbey.

I wonder if she took it down, because I remember watching it but now I can't find it in my Youtube watch history.

From my recollection, the gist of it is that the funeral home director basically took them off the hands of impoverished families, and was waiting for the city/county/whichever authority to pay for a basic funeral, and they were taking too long.


I think its this one:
Should This Funeral Director Be Forgiven?
Youtube csHEOffqX2I
 
2022-07-04 2:02:22 PM  

Sunidesus: I also did a quick look through Ask a Mortician to see if I could find a video for this place.

Found the one that was basically a guy running a crematorium as a get rich quick scheme. Jamming as many bodies as possible into the machine and giving people whatever as ashes. That one was in CA and the people involved were awful.

The other one was the guy trying to do the right thing to help poor or unclaimed people. That one was in MA, and the guy seemed like a good dude who got in over his head.

Didn't find an Indiana one but also didn't go through all the videos, just scrolled through the ones I remember.


The Lamb funeral home, iirc.
 
2022-07-04 2:04:08 PM  

Hallows_Eve: Sunidesus: I also did a quick look through Ask a Mortician to see if I could find a video for this place.

Found the one that was basically a guy running a crematorium as a get rich quick scheme. Jamming as many bodies as possible into the machine and giving people whatever as ashes. That one was in CA and the people involved were awful.

The other one was the guy trying to do the right thing to help poor or unclaimed people. That one was in MA, and the guy seemed like a good dude who got in over his head.

Didn't find an Indiana one but also didn't go through all the videos, just scrolled through the ones I remember.

The Lamb funeral home, iirc.


For the awful one, not the guy over his head.
 
2022-07-04 2:12:23 PM  
There are also these guys in Detroit...

About Those Babies in the Funeral Home Ceiling...
Youtube _dvZQvbPYcY
 
2022-07-05 7:52:29 AM  
It's not the dead we have to worry about.
 
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