Unscrupulous Funeral Homes May Be Harvesting Your Loved Ones Body Parts Without Your Knowledge.. Beware! Yes That’s what I said Beware…Apparently some hospital workers are working with Funeral homes to harvest and resell your loved ones organs without your knowledge… permission or release.
How would you know? After all all you only see is the casket halfway open and your loved ones apears fully dressed at least from the waist up. I say insist on inspecting your loved ones corpse before they put it in the ground.Ever hear that old adage when they slaughter a pig that everything gets used except it’s squeal? Well basically it’s the same when it comes to a Human Corpse… every bone- joint and organ gets resold..What ever happened to respecting the dignity of the departed? It went down the drain like everything else in today’s world for the almighty Dollar.
When You See Your Loved Ones In Their Coffen At Their Funeral All Thats Really there Is Thier Head. Perhaps A Setc Of Hands .A Facade Of Fake Shoulders And Chest Allows The Funeral Home To Put On As Suit Jacket Dress Or Shroud..It Gives The Appearance Of AFull Body ..But The Fake 1/4 Chest Madigan What The Garment Industry Refers To As A Dickey..When I was In Boot Camp At Paris Island We Took Graduation Album Photos In What Appeared To Be Drees Blues..It Was Not It Cliped On From The Back..
Same Exact Thing Occurs At A Restaurant. If A Patron Leaves An Article Of Food On Thier Plate And Doesn’t Take It Home It Most Probably Winds Up Served To The Next Customer ..Its Basiclly Money Left On The Plate. Just Like At The Funeral Parlor ..Nothing Gets Thrown Away. You Better Believe It!
50 years ago a good friend was a Grave Digger and he mentioned to me that when the funeral party leaves the scene that they would dig up the grave and switch the real expensive casket and replace it with a cheap box, and sell it back to the undertaker.He went on to tell me between the acid in the soil composition,the insects and cemetery rats all eating away any good finish on a high priced wooden coffin & in only one month there is not one man on this Earth that would be able to tell the difference from a $10,000 casket or a $ 2 Dollar Orange Crate.Like I said in a older post We all must find a new way to Honor the Dead and this goes for all Religions…As the old family owned funeral parlors are selling out to new companies and its strictly a business today cut an dry. While I’m not casting suspicion on any particular Funeral Home and as far as I know they are above board and on the up and up ..But be for warned!
I told the hospital as soon as after my father died in the hospital that if they removes as much as a fingernail they will hear from my attorney. All I can say is BEWARE and inspect your deceased corpse before its buried /end
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