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Leave Them Laughing

“In December of 2007, I was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s Disease, a fatal, debilitating, and incurabl...

Feeding the Bone Orchard

In Western culture, we sweep our dead under the carpet. We don’t like to be reminded of our own mortality

Ways to Remember

New and modern ways to memorialise and celebrate the lives of those lost

Silent Cities

More to Death asked Jeane Trend-Hill - photographer, author, artist, actress and bone fide 'Lady' - to explain how she became so interested ...

Forever Orange

Of course being me we weren't going to have a formulaic funeral at the local crematorium when my mother in law passed away.

Death Cafes

Have you ever considered going along to a Death Cafe? It is a wonderful way of meeting people who are experiencing the grieving process ...

The Church & this Sacred Earth

More to Death asked Peter 'BBC's around the world in 80 faiths' Owen Jones for his thoughts on natural burial developments and Christianity.

Beyond Goodbye

How a family kept their son's memory alive on the internet.

Intrepid Explorer

Charles Cowling of the Good Funeral Guide talks to us about his work in the funeral industry
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