There's a problem loading this menu right now. Robert Webster has been a licensed embalmer and funeral director in Ohio since Instead of being some weird basement dwelling necrophiliac that has problems interacting with the living, people now view morticians as people who truly care about your loved one as well as you. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Foreword Reviews and Clarion Reviews make no guarantee that the author will receive a positive review.
The author writes with polite demeanor one minute and switches to the earthy language of a jailhouse brawler the next but the style works for this collection of vignettes. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.
Strange things people put in caskets The biggest rip-offs in the business The crazy things that happen to a body after death Lime, waz, and other ways to hide the truth The most important thing an undertaker does How to avoid the high-pressure funeral parlor What that's not a coffin the body is resting in. Webster does a great job of bringing together information in an organized way.
AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Webster is not afraid to disparage the seamier side of his profession like the sleazy high-pressure salesmen who foist expensive funerals on vulnerable families or the prurient creeps that molest dead bodies.
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