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Man Declared Dead Starts Moving And Breathing In Morgue

Something straight out of a horror movie happened in Wisconsin last week. A man who had been declared dead suddenly began moving around and breathing. 71 more words



I am the angel with scabbed wings.

You may refer to me as Lady Ophelia aka The Living Dead Girl, even though here in South Africa it is almost impossible to maintain my deathly charm  (it’s never funny when your face melts off.) Often I am asked where I get my make up inspiration from… it’s quite simple – the morgue. 206 more words

Angel With Scabbed Wings

Sea progre, use palabras carismáticas.

Socotroco y chicotazo son de las mejores palabras del idioma español y aquel que no lo sienta así es un caído del catre. Implican algo contundente, fuerte, agresivo pero carismático, son casi poesía en sí mismas. 272 more words


Andres Serrano

Andres Serrano is probably one of my favourite artists. I absolutely love his work.

”The best artistic messages are usually cloaked up in mysteries and contradictions. 236 more words


The Strangest Thing Happened At The Autopsy Table

First and foremost, I would like to formally apologize to the families of Renée Jackson, Brandon O’Neil, and Adrien Carter. I did not know them well, but they seemed like very smart young individuals with bright futures ahead of them. 4,153 more words

Looking at a Morgue

*Note:  No photos were allowed to be taken of the inside of the morgue during my visit. 

I parked on the street outside Landolfi Funeral Home in Paulsboro and felt a mild excitement. 836 more words


M is for Morgue

(This post is part of my ongoing series ABCs of Hospital Chaplaincy.)

The sign by the door reads “Decedent Affairs.” It’s a euphemism. Nobody whose loved one is being treated in the hospital, or who is actually a patient there, wants to see the word “Morgue” as they walk down the hallway. 979 more words

Stacy Sergent