A man Driven through Northern Ireland with a corpse. It appears that he made it into the UK. This is quite a strange story.This sort of action is highly illegal in any part of the world.
The body of an elderly woman that was taken from a plane in Gatwick Airport and unofficially driven to Co Kerry by her son for burial is thought to be back in the UK.
Gardai believe the woman’s body may have been driven to the UK via Northern Ireland by her son after he was warned by a coroner that if he did not bury the body it would be confiscated and put in cold storage at his expense.
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Corpse jockeys are making strange appearances accross the globe lately
Recent Reports have come in on some overly priced corpse movement fees. Sometimes when someone dies suddenly the family is forced to find a funeral home(mortuary) within several hours.
If a bad choice is made it can be quite expensive to move the body of your loved one to another funeral home. Body transport fees can contribute significantly to Funeral Cost.
This does will no help ou come in under the average cost of a funeral.
Mortuaries now try to lock families into using them by adding an exorbitant corpse movement fee (it used to be about $400 a few months ago, now it is frequently over $1000). Bodies are often taken to mortuaries in a rush because the need to immediately refrigerate them leaves people with 2-3 hours to find a place for them. If a family discovers their mortuary is grossly overpriced and wants to move the body elsewhere, it may be too late because the unreasonable thousand plus dollar moving fee removes potential savings (trapping the family at that overpriced mortuary). Newly bereaved individuals or families often are short of time and energy and do not take the proper precautions of shopping around for a fairly priced casket, cemetery, and mortuary instead taking the path of least resistance (the predatory sales packages that many heavily marketed mortuaries “generously” offer their customers).
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- About My Job: The Mortician (andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com)
It appears that TV actor Gary Coleman may not have a funeral at all. A judge has ordered he be cremated(have a cremation) by today June 16th 2010. Coleman was evidently involved with two women who claim to be the executor of his will.
This is an example of why it is important to preplan(not prepay) your funeral and keep those funeral plans updated when your life situation changes.
Gary Coleman will not be having a funeral, this in accordance to his 2005 will.
An independent attorney was named by a Utah judge to oversee the late actor’s property and his cremation. At this time, Gary Coleman’s body has still not been cremated. Robert Jeffs is the attorney who will be the special administrator of Gary Coleman’s estate due to an ongoing dispute between two women the actor was once involved with.
Gary Coleman’s ex-wife, Shannon Price is claiming that she is the rightful executor of Coleman’s will and is entitled to his property. Now an ex-girlfriend of Coleman’s, Anna Gray, is making the same claim.
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Their is a custody battle over the Gary Coleman’s body and it is not clear when his funeral will be. The Funeral Service Service originally scheduled for Saturday, June 5th 2010, has been canceled. The salt lake city Funeral Home Memorial Estates confirmed the cancelation.
“The funeral for child actor Gary Coleman won’t be held this weekend, as a fight begins to wage between the actor’s ex-wife and his estranged parents over the custody of his body……
“The family [his parents] has different plans than what is in Gary’s will,” said Coleman’s agent, Shielia Erickson.
Meanwhile, Coleman’s parents, W.G. “Willie” and Edmonia Sue Coleman have hired Orem attorney Frederick A. Jackman, who plans to file for formal probate in 4th District Court, Jackman said in a statement Thursday night.
“The Colemans don’t want to fight with anyone. They just want to bring their son home. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman are Gary Coleman’s surviving family. They’re hoping that by applying for Formal Probate, they can get through this process the right way,” according to the statement. “The status of the divorce, whether or not anyone has a will, these are all issues that should be brought to the family’s attention immediately. Formal Probate is the way we make sure it all gets handled properly.” -salt lake city tribune
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A Funeral that got a lot of Media time for illegally cutting the legs off a clients body remains open. A big production was made of the Investigation into Cave Funeral Home in the press. Many times when atrocities and crimes happen at Funeral Homes or Funeral Corporations, those places get to go on with business as usual. The funeral industry continually refuses to police itself.
Here is the video.
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Recently Two woomen tried to transfer a dead person illegally aboard a commercial aircraft
A strange story is coming out of the John Lennon Airport. Two women have tried to illegally transfer a dead person from England to Germany aboard a commercial aircraft. When someone dies one has a legal obligation to notify the authorities of a death.
“Police have arrested two women after they tried to take the body of a dead relative onto a plane at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Staff became suspicious when the women tried to check in the man, who was wearing sunglasses, for a flight to Berlin on Saturday.
The man is thought to have died the previous day and was in a wheelchair.
The women, aged 41 and 66, were arrested on suspicion of failing to give notification of a death.”
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It is unclear whether the women were trying to save on transportation costs or what the motive was for acting this way.
Corpse was left in a casket in the basement of Indiana Funeral Home for 12 years istockphoto rf license
A Funeral Director has left a corpse in the basement of a Funeral home for 12 years. This is flat out disrespect for the dead and humanity. The reason is the funeral director gave for doing the heinous deed is that he did not get paid.
The life of a human being dead or alive is more important than money. The highest cost at a funeral is the death of the person involved. There is no excuse for treating a body in this manner. The deceased was left in a casket.
This all went down in Indiana. Check out the Snippet and click on for more information.
“On Sept. 2, 1997, 96-year-old Irene Jackson died in Indianapolis, according to coroner records. The woman had family in Southern Indiana, so she was taken to Baity’s Funeral Home at 911 State St. in New Albany. However, her body was not buried until last week.“
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