Did you know you can bury somebody in your back yard or you can here in
You have to call the health dept and get a license but you can do it.
Don't even have to embalm it put it in a box and bury it.
Long as you DON'T CALL a funeral home. If you call a funeral home you can't
If body is in the ER, don't tell them to call a funeral home for nothing..
You back up the truck slide Bubba or Ol Momma Bubbet in the truck head for
Break out the shine, stick a pig in the ground then dig a hole and done with
I just don't know how they're going to get his big ass in that small jar.
The rules about disposing of human waste has gotten totally ridiculous. To
the point that spreading ashes is illegal in lots of places. So, it's just
done on the sly. I have never heard of a prosecution. I guess it makes the
nannies feel better that there is a law against it, but we all know that
it's done all the time. Not sure about the burial of an urn.
The laws for burial of an embalmed body may be different. A friend of mine
is on his mom's property, buried in an urn, with a nice plaque. Then a
relative is buried in Mississippi on his own property, and he was embalmed.
I am sure the laws are all over the place on this. And I would also say
that phrase "It's easier to get forgiveness than permission" comes into
play. I know that for the removal of bodies when they want to build a
highway or similar can get very complicated, especially if the burial site
is very old. And I doubt that anything would ever be said unless some
relative that got stiffed by the will dropped a dime on them. Might be a
problem if the land is sold, but if mentioned in the disclosure
.............. Not sure.
The Funeral Industry has Much too much power. Our parish priest
bought a very nicely made coffin from a Catholic Monastery in Ohio
about a 1-1/2 years ago. It had dovetailed corners, lathe-turned
handles and a simple lined interior. He bought it because he is of
large frame himself and thought it would store his home-made brew in
the interim. Yes, he is a little eccentric, but a neat guy. The
brothers at the monastery built them because they were excellent
craftsmen and were making some money in the process. Hardly a threat
to the Funeral industry.
Guess what? They were sued by local funeral parlors for infringing on
their monopoly. They lost.
I'm not sure what I'd do, but I'd certainly not buy a box from the
local funeral industry. Maybe just preserve the body and put it on the
front lawn, or prop it up in a chair. That is just too much power,
forcing people to give them their money.
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