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The process of a cremation and a crematorium WARNING!!! GRAPHIC

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TelepathicRapist
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Published on 17 Jan 2022 / In News & Politics

cremation process explained. even after burning a body using a modern high powered oven it just doesnt turn to dust, they still have to grind the bones up with a mechanical apparatus. its a lengthy difficult process.

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KEEPER
KEEPER 4 months ago

this wasn't exactly as traumatic as i thought it would be.
it actually seems rather efficient and clean relatively speaking.

the video says it's graphic but it ain't.

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The Man Inside
The Man Inside 4 months ago

I see no point in getting the dead prepared for shipping without a shipping label on the box. I thought that was scamman next girlfriend when I saw the box.
As a result the bloke had to pick him off the floor with a broom.
Good luck performing an autopsy now to prove it was a lethal injection that killed him.

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mrghoster
mrghoster 4 months ago

It's not the Cough that takes you Off, But the COFFIN they take you Off in!

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mrghoster
mrghoster 4 months ago

In thwe UK all those titanium hip's and joints are sterilized boxed up and sent to precious Metal outlets for recycling, the money goes bacl into the local community that run's the Crematorium. So next time you take the kid's to your local play park, your Great Aunt Maude's Hips may have paid for those swings and Slides! lol! That swing arm on your new Sport's Motorcycle could have been someone's knee joint once! lol! Sorry Undertakers Humor!

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mrghoster
mrghoster 4 months ago

Where is this filmed? In the UK it is very different. I noticed a lot of plastic's and safety issues that in the UK are not acceptable. Such as the opening of a furnace or cremator is electronically controlled, none of this breaking red hot bones down whilst the Cremator is on.? Also all that dust when using the Cremulator , this is all a sealed process here?

Death doesn't bother me in the slightest never has since way back in the 60's whilst on holiday we passed a road accident that had just happened and I saw a women with a crushed head. from that point on Death has been a life long fascination, respectfully may I add?

With connections I've even found out that this Covid thing is a lie because within the trade there has been NO rise other than seasonal death's due to covid, or so mty connections have told me?

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TelepathicRapist
TelepathicRapist 4 months ago

There are so many lies now about so many things I cannot even get it straight, I agree this covid thing seems to be a pretty heinous lie. I dunno much about cremation. That's pretty brutal seeing a woman with a crushed skull in real life. In all honesty I see where you are coming from and it is good that you are at peace with death but it does affect me and I am fearful of death.

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TelepathicRapist
TelepathicRapist 4 months ago

Also I don't know where or when this was filmed but the other clips look similar to what goes on here. This video is interesting though because it shows how even after all that time and heat the bones still aren't fully consumed to ash and they need to be ground up in the machine at the end. It seems like a humane process and they seem respectful when they do it. But I wonder in the other videos are there really bodies in those caskets? I can't trust what they say anymore.

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TelepathicRapist
TelepathicRapist 4 months ago

Also how do you know this about the UK cremation process? I can't picture it, sounds pretty high tech. If you see a video of this maybe upload it.

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