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The Guildford to Waterloo connection is most interesting. Was her head severed in a ‘round about’ way, lacking precision, or violently? March 1926. #thegrimnews #gruesomenews #honestnews #keepingitreal #oldnewspaper #death #deathpositive #history #thanatology #headbegone #guildford #waterloo #trains #roughlysevered Otago Daily Times, Issue 19737, 13 March 1926
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We all have the same fate just dont seal how it happens #skull #deathpositive #lineart#ink #drawing #tattoodesign
Hey guys!! Guess what!?!?! You can be cremated ONLINE!!! For only $995. Fuck yes! #deathpositive #churchofeuthanasia #cremation #badadvertising #gaf #funinfuneral
This picture is so beautiful it deserves a little more love. We posted it on our @thegooddeathstore page but I wanted to share it here too. From  @kharris09. This photo captures all the joy I could hope someone could feel on such a momentous occasion. ・・・ Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, here’s a receptacle that holds our moms butt. (Happy Birthday Momma!) . . . #curehuntingtons #deathpositive #sundayfunday #brunch #orderofthegooddeath #aprilfools #birthday
I just spent 4 days talking about death, funerals, memorials, event planning, training courses, public speaking and industry trends with @christina.andreola of New Narrative, my famous Canadian colleague. Deathchella2018 was a success beyond our wildest plans and I cannot wait for the next incarnation.  There is nothing more #deathpositive than a stack of death books on the coffee table next to kids playing with puzzles on the floor while we all drink beer and eat chips & salsa and listen to @dannycmike's latest playlist.  cc: @kelseymag @comlag84 #deathchella
The front, and back of the final coffin plate, still available on my Etsy page. This one was one of our favorites! ⚰️☠️ . . . #magic #coffin #coffinplate #creepy #spooky #victorian #deathpositive #goth #urbanmagick #caligraphy
I still have more photos from Rome!! I took a number I suppose. This is from the Non-Catholic Cemetery like the one I posted the other day. So beautiful. . . . . . #rome #roma #italy #europe #noncatholiccemetery #keatsshellyhouse #cemetery #graves #burrial #orderofthegooddeath #deathpositive
New fish head necklaces are on the way to my etsy shop TheDenOfIniquity! #oddities #goth #death #taxadermy #weird #oddity #handmade #punk #ooak #art #magic #neworleans #deathpositive #voodoo #gothic #witchcraft #witch
Ever wonder about the cremation process? Swipe to learn about cremation in black and white. #cremation #deathpositive #funeraldirector #funeralhome
Ever heard of the real life walking-dead? Discovered in 1880 by neurologist Jules Cotard, Cotard delusion is a rare mental illness where a person holds the belief that they are already dead, do not exist, are putrefying, or have lost their blood or internal organs. This delusion is so rare that it is not mentioned in the DSM, or ICD. But many cases have been reported around the world, including patients who have denied the existence of limbs, refused to eat (since the dead don't eat), and have claimed to be literal zombies. (Image source unknown) . . . . . .  #death #deathpositive #spirit #nowyouknow #interesting #history #historical #dead #morbid #morbidhistory #information #moderndeath #oddities #talkdeath #mementomori #medical #medicalhistory #zombies #zombie #thewalkingdead #thewalkingdeadamc #vintage #vintageart #movieposter #vintageillustration #vintagecomics #comics #vintagemovieposter
Cemetery visits #deathpositive
This week’s ep with comic, actor + DJ Tom Price. As ever talking grief, Nick Faldo + what he wishes someone had said to him at 13 ❤️🏌🏼‍♂️
I’m working on something similar to this as pet chicken memorial using eggs, and thought you all would appreciate 💜 “As graffiti artists show every day, you can write on almost anything. In medieval times, however, most writing was done on stones, parchment (animal skin) or paper. The object in this image is special because it breaks with that rule (no pun intended): it shows Arabic funeral poetry written on an ostrich egg in the 15th century. It was found in a muslim graveyard in the Red Sea port of Quseir, Egypt. The text describes the journey from death to life and was written down to commemorate a young man that had died. Ostrich eggs were believed to give power to the dead and bring them back to life, which is why this book was ‘buried’ in the grave. What a great and unusual artifact of medieval written culture! It’s in pieces, but the shells survived in spite of being buried in the ground for over 500 years. Pic: Dionisius Agius/University of Leeds.“ Credited to Erik Walker on Tumblr and reposted by @thegooddeath #deathpositive #naturalhisrory #mementomori #petpreservation

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