Funeral Home leaves body unattendened
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Perry mason

Greenbrier, AR

#30 Apr 4, 2013
Sportsman wrote:
Looks to me like Perry Mason cries wolf to much.
Why would I be crying wolf when its not true?

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#31 Apr 5, 2013
We got wolves ?-
justme

Somerset, KY

#32 Apr 5, 2013
I heard this too
Dig Graver

Bowling Green, KY

#33 Apr 5, 2013
Don't know much about this but whoever told it just flat lied about the way it happen. First place have you checked the family out that told this. I don't think any other funeral home wanted to deal with them. I heard the family said they were going to get the grave dug they didn't want to pay for what it would have cost for the funeral home to dig the grave. Then they didn't do it and cried wolf about the funeral home. A outfit wanting something for nothing.
pore ole rodney king

Trinity, TX

#34 Apr 5, 2013
Dig Graver wrote:
Don't know much about this but whoever told it just flat lied about the way it happen. First place have you checked the family out that told this. I don't think any other funeral home wanted to deal with them. I heard the family said they were going to get the grave dug they didn't want to pay for what it would have cost for the funeral home to dig the grave. Then they didn't do it and cried wolf about the funeral home. A outfit wanting something for nothing.
Methinks you probably are closer to the truth of the matter than most others are. Probably a scam from beginning to end with a very dangerous group of people.
Dig Graver

Bowling Green, KY

#35 Apr 5, 2013
Pore ole rodney king you are correct. The funeral home hasn't lost anything if they never see them again.
pore ole rodney king

Trinity, TX

#36 Apr 5, 2013
Dig Graver wrote:
Pore ole rodney king you are correct. The funeral home hasn't lost anything if they never see them again.
A pariah upon society that would better be served lying in the grave and awaiting a resurrection. Where parents fail to raise godly children, all of society loses and suffers.

Witchcraft is so very prevalent and the evil spirit causes lying, stealing, all sorts of law breaking.
Sportsman

Bulan, KY

#37 Apr 5, 2013
What in the hell brought all of that on. Sorry missed everything Rodney.
Wildcat

Bulan, KY

#39 Apr 6, 2013
Don't you think that even if the family was suppose to dig the grave the FH would have a tent set for them to dig under and for the graveside service? What about a outside container ? Or were they just going to put the casket in the ground and throw dirt on it or in this case on top of the ground. In either of the cases the FH would have known that the grave was not opened. The FH homedropped the buck either way you cut it.
pore ole rodney king

Greensburg, KY

#40 Apr 6, 2013
Wildcat wrote:
Don't you think that even if the family was suppose to dig the grave the FH would have a tent set for them to dig under and for the graveside service? What about a outside container ? Or were they just going to put the casket in the ground and throw dirt on it or in this case on top of the ground. In either of the cases the FH would have known that the grave was not opened. The FH homedropped the buck either way you cut it.
The FH offers a relatively low cost funeral package, less than $3,000.00. That provides the customer with a list of options, in addition. Yes, it is quite common to bury in a casket without a covering, but not in Somerset. This was in western Pulaski County, so no sort of vault is required. It is the grave digging company that takes and erects the tent, not the funeral home.
momma gumm

London, KY

#41 Apr 6, 2013
Knowitall9 wrote:
Wont have to dig me a hole - Just "Prop me up beside the jukebox" -
lol- so crazy= this cant be true
Dig Graver

Bowling Green, KY

#44 Apr 6, 2013
Perry Mason I was referring to the family that was suppose to have the grave done and wasn't suppose to be dug by funeral home. I know that funeral homes digs the grave but they pay for the funeral home to do it. The body wasn't left unattended the family wouldn't agree to anything the funeral director wanted to do. Like I said someone wanting something for nothing. I think the body got buried as what the fh agreed to do.
Perry mason

London, KY

#45 Apr 6, 2013
Dig Graver wrote:
Perry Mason I was referring to the family that was suppose to have the grave done and wasn't suppose to be dug by funeral home. I know that funeral homes digs the grave but they pay for the funeral home to do it. The body wasn't left unattended the family wouldn't agree to anything the funeral director wanted to do. Like I said someone wanting something for nothing. I think the body got buried as what the fh agreed to do.
I agree
Opinion

Centerville, TX

#47 Apr 7, 2013
Don't know anything about this case but sounds interesting indeed. And possible.

The thing I don't like a out any funeral is how they cut the clothes/suit,(whatever the person is laid out in) straight down the middle in the back. I understand the need to do this so it's easier to make the clothing look neater, it's less hassle, etc. but I've just never liked the idea of knowing a persons backside is laying in that casket uncovered.
I sure wish they could find a better way to dress the dead in whatever attire they put on them. It just seems disrespectful to me. May be necessary but still just doesn't seem right to take a pair of scissors and Cut the outfit in half. Just don't.

Why not just make special attire that has Velcro where the rip is at? Wouldn't that work as well? Just saying.
yep

United States

#48 Apr 7, 2013
Opinion wrote:
Don't know anything about this case but sounds interesting indeed. And possible.

The thing I don't like a out any funeral is how they cut the clothes/suit,(whatever the person is laid out in) straight down the middle in the back. I understand the need to do this so it's easier to make the clothing look neater, it's less hassle, etc. but I've just never liked the idea of knowing a persons backside is laying in that casket uncovered.
I sure wish they could find a better way to dress the dead in whatever attire they put on them. It just seems disrespectful to me. May be necessary but still just doesn't seem right to take a pair of scissors and Cut the outfit in half. Just don't.

Why not just make special attire that has Velcro where the rip is at? Wouldn't that work as well? Just saying.
The do make clothing for the deceased most people can't pay the added cost or their loved one has chosen clothing before death. Also their backside is not naked they have special under clothing for the bodies. Just ask the funeral directors they will explain all to you.

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#49 Apr 7, 2013
Ever how a deceased person is dressed , once they're laid in their eternal bed , no human eyes will ever see their backside - R I P actually means R I P , let them rest and read the will -

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