A RIDE which simulates a crematorium has been flooded with crowds wanting to experience the after life.
The 4D Death Simulator at the Window Of The World theme park has opened just in time for Halloween.
Convention attendees voted for their favorite booth in the Expo Hall in three categories: booths 400 square feet or larger, booths 300 square feet or smaller and new exhibitors (any size booth).
Exhibitors may now download the exhibitor prospectus for the ICCFA 2015 Annual Convention & Exposition, April 8-11, in San Antonio, Texas.
Booth applications are due no later than November 28, 2014, to be assigned according to the cumulative point system.
Funeral professionals have already answered the call to care for victims of the Ebola outbreak. Simply stated it is what we do! Let’s face it, now that Ebola is on our shores YOU may be called into service. Are you prepared?
Apparently they do things differently in Northern Ireland….
Pole dance instructor Karen puts her pupils through a spooky dance of death in a coffin lined ‘studio’ that doubles up as an embalming room.
We haven’t shared content from The Blonde Morticia in awhile but we thought her latest video was very beneficial and share worthy…especially the outtakes at the end!
Kyle & Associates is pleased to announce that it has signed a letter of intent to purchase Funeral Profit Protectors, a Kentucky LLC. The new combined entity will retain the name Kyle & Associates.
Funeral industry giant Service Corporation International has accepted Teamsters Local 727′s offer to enter federal mediation as the union attempts to reach an agreement on a new contract for Chicago-area funeral workers.
In this talk, Caleb explores options that help us pursue death acceptance by taking back death care responsibilities.
All-black attire hasn’t always been reserved for coffee shop poets and champagne-sipping fashionistas. Up until the turn of the 20th century, it was almost exclusively a sign of mourning: women publicly showing respect for the loss of a loved one. But, somewhere between the fury of the industrial revolution and women’s liberation, the tradition itself died out