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Watch funerals on the internet

Mourners can watch funerals on the internet, via a web link from a new $6 million crematorium.

 

And the crematorium can cope with coffins up to 1 metre wide rather than the standard 40 cm, in a bid to cope with the growing obesity problems…and of course fat Americans.

This is happening in the south-west of England, but in the media world that we live in, it won’t be long before it’s over here.

The facility, which opened a few weeks ago, surrounded by ten acres of memorial gardens and has a single chapel room that seats up to 90 people, plus a book of rememberance room.

It is run by Chris Johns who said, “We have worked with local funeral directors to ensure that the crematorium is exactly what is needed in the area. We hope it will offer an attractive and peaceful settling.”

by Sasha Dubronitz

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