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There could easily be a book written on 101 ways to reuse a human corpse, but for this episode’s sake, the duo discuss some of the most common instances through history that bodies have been used for some odd ends goals.
Something we haven’t done in a while, getting back to basics. What can one expect attending their first visitation and funeral? Some helpful guidelines for bereaved families and guests alike!
The first in a long series of episodes where we cover death cultures throughout time and space, welcome to DCD! This episode catalogs the practices of what we thought would be our viewer’s most sought after culture: the ancient Egyptians.
Even when the topic is death, or gross things about death (I’m looking at you Funky, Formidable Foes), this podcast is calming to listen to. Jem and Red have such great voices, and the way they talk about potentially heavy topics makes the podcast feel much more palatable than it could, if done a different way. They take these topics seriously and really put thought, and more importantly, care into them. I really like this podcast and it’s death positive take, and I really enjoy the hosts conver... more
Laughing about heavy ppl needing special equipment was mildly insensitive. I’m a heavy person, and although I do think about how someone(s) are going to have to remove my body at some point, it’s not like something I can just change overnight, which is the sort of spirit in which the hosts discussed this - as though if you are heavy, fix it because we have to deal with your fat body. I’m still going to listen because in other areas the hosts are respectful, but body shaming isn’t respectful.
An absolutely delightful delve into those things most of us shy away from. One of my favorites with morning coffee.
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MortMic launched 2 years ago and published 39 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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