If you want to know whether coffins decompose, I’ve written an article that explains everything for you.
Burial locations, materials, and even embalming all affect the answer, as you’ll see.
Understanding proper etiquette for a highway funeral procession can be difficult.,/p>
This post describes funeral procession procedures and details the proper etiquette to use when driving in or encountering funeral processions.
If you are worried about attending a wake, a funeral, or both, this article will help you find the right answer for your situation. It offers practical advice and information to support you in deciding on the right course of action.
While we tend to associate open eyes with death, your eyes can actually be open or closed when you die.
This article explores the biology behind what happens to your eyes and eyelids when you die, and the superstitions behind open eyes at death.
If you want to know whether you can hear after you die, this article reveals all.
Learn about clinical death, biological death, what happens in between, and the experiences of those who have contributed to research.
The amount of time a body stays in its grave is dependent on biological factors, as well as the potential for the grave to be relocated or reused.
This article gives the answer, and also covers the factors that control how long a body remains in its grave, as well as burial plot legality in the United States.
Do you want to know whether funeral directors put shoes on the dead? This article reveals all.
Learn more about limitations or rules you should be aware of. I reveal whether they are worn during the viewing, burial or cremation, or both.
About 20-50% of people defecate when they die.
This article examines why only some people poop when they die, the biological reason we defecate, and some of the other similar and related things that happen during death.
Do dead bodies feel pain? What is the biological process of death? What are near-death experiences?
This article examines the biological, psychological, and neurological relationship between pain and death.
When choosing a church for a funeral, the religion of the church and the religion of the funeral or deceased may influence where the funeral can be held.
To learn more about the stipulations of the main religious bodies in the United States, read on.