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How to Watch a Cremation
The great majority of people in the U.S. are buried after death, and usually, their remains are buried in cemeteries. But burial isn't the only way to dispose of the final remains of loved ones while still honoring their memory -- there's also cremation.... More »
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Jan 21, 2011 ... kinda eerie watching this knowing that this is how i'm gonna end up ... When my wife was cremated they gave me someone else's ashes.
Nov 30, 2011 ... I came across this video and wanted to educate ya's with the process of cremation.


Oct 10, 2014 ... This graphic video shows the cremation of a human body from ... After watching this, you can not tell me that they do not get the ashes mixed up ...


Many crematories will allow immediate family members to watch the cremation. For some, this may be desirable, especially in relation to certain religious rituals ...


Sometimes family members can watch the cremation from a window, or, in cases such as Hindu cremations, a family member can "start" the fire by pressing a ...


Apr 30, 2015 ... A beautiful state-of-the-art “cremation viewing” room ... the retort while others allow the family to sit to watch the full length of the cremation.


Nov 18, 2013 ... Every once in a while, a family comes to the funeral home to make arrangements for a cremation and somebody asks if they can watch some ...


The expert staff at National Cremation is prepared to answer any and all of your questions. Click here to review some of our most frequently asked questions ...


The Cremation Watch is a fine memorial wristwatch that can hold the ashes or a lock of hair of your loved one. The quality and craftsmanship is outstanding and ...