Undertakers Answer Googled Questions About Death

Undertakers Answer Googled Questions About Death

November 27, 2017
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I will be the first to say that freshly dead people smell. Mostly of poop and no mask prevents the smell of intestinal gases and poop. I deal with it by getting over it and doing my job. Also, autopsy cases smell like the earth to me. Like fresh rain and dirt. I know that’s weird but that’s how it smells to me.

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