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The dead body in the casket didn’t really look like Grandma.
Being able to view an open casket and being present at the burial site with loved ones helped with closure, strengthening her appreciation of the comfort we may derive from mourning rituals.
Hundreds of mourners filed by the shiny casket, and when Young’s mother approached for a last look, she collapsed in tears on her son’s chest.
A TEMP WORKER DIED ON THE JOB AFTER FEDEX DIDN’T FIX A KNOWN HAZARD. THE FINE: $7,000.BY WENDI C. THOMAS, MLK50: JUSTICE THROUGH JOURNALISMDECEMBER 23, 2020PROPUBLICA
The contents are known to include a host of Confederate-related memorabilia — and, just possibly, a rare image of President Abraham Lincoln in his casket — but Northam’s office plans to remove it early next year.
When he died in 1862, he became the only president in history to be buried in a casket covered by the flag of another country — the Confederate States of America.
Drew said that he wished to “stay alive as long as possible,” but he would like to be buried in a “gold casket” when he does die.
Instead, after her casket lies in state, it will be transported to Arlington National Cemetery for a private burial service.
I even sent Air Force One to bring his body, in casket, from Arizona to Washington.
Next from the large casket Mrs. Sin took another smaller casket and a very long, tapering silver bodkin.
DOPESAX ROHMER
When Big Sid looked at you that way, a guy felt he was being measured for a casket.

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