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Ask a Mortician – Corpse Poo
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A few months ago we posted an article about Caitlin Doughty, a funeral director, creator of OrderofTheGoodDeath.com, and star of the “Ask a Mortician” youtube videos. Caitlin is a rising internet sensation who wants to radically change the way we think about death, dying, and the funeral industry.
She tackles many of the questions most funeral professionals don’t want to touch. Many questions are submitted to her through her twitter account: http://twitter.com/#!
/TheGoodDeath. The below video tackles the age old question “do dead people poo”. Kudos to Caitlin for answering the questions openly that many funeral professionals won’t!
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