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Recommended Reading


The Big Book of Death, by Carlton Bronwyn
(ISBN: 1563891662 )

For those interested in the Way of All Flesh, you'll find some extremely informative stories, descriptions and facts about death & dying and death in this book; methods of death & execution, bizarre deaths, cemetaries, necrophelia, last words, suicide and much, much more. Great artwork and an easy-going, fearless tone throughout.

Also recommended: Jessica Mitford's classic, The American Way of Death, a revealing examination of American burial customs corruption, price-fixing, and outright fraud. A real
eye-opener.

Cheers,
Jon Blaque
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Once upon a time I read a book called "What a Way to Go", it was probaly in teh early 80's, but it looks very similar to that one...
One of my co-workers worked with Jim Jones for the 9 months he was a lab tech in hickville, Indiana..
BOught a copy way back when & still love it.

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March 1 2006, 23:47:55 UTC 10 years ago

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May 21 2006, 06:50:44 UTC 10 years ago

Being fascinated by death is boring. It's like people who are fascinated by watches that stop working. The really interesting thing is to be fascinated by resurrection. That would be like people who are interested in watches that start working again, on their own, after years of being broke. For information on this, check out http://www.vatican.va