Charles Cowling
My liver chokes, my kidney’s bloat There goes another year Heads in pain, down the drain Face the end with fear Heart’s been broke, downward slope Mortuary is near Can’t delay the fateful day The mortuary is near Yeah, the mortuary, the mortuary, the mortuary is near Yeah, the mortuary,
Charles Cowling
The Separation Line from katie davies on Vimeo. 9 minutes 50 seconds © Katie Davies, 2012 The Separation Line was produced over a fourteen-month period between 2010 and 2011 and observes how the repatriation ceremonies of Wootton Bassett provided a rite of passage, representing an insight into the ongoing experiences
Charles Cowling
    A very nice man called Ken Kolsbun wants to develop his board game idea. The game is called Funeral Director — A Race to Your Final Resting Place. Says Ken: “My immediate goal is to finalize our game (e.g. refine board top and card design and text, color
Charles Cowling
  John Graham leaves St Andrew’s United Reformed Church in his Fender Stratocaster coffin fashioned by — who else? — Crazy Coffins.  The lifelong rocker came out to the strains of the Shadows’ Wonderful Land. Read the full story in the Mail here. Note: the Mail misattributes the making of
Charles Cowling
  Posted by Colin Moore   One of the toughest challenges anyone can face in their lifetime is losing a loved one and then having to guess what kind of funeral and memorial service they would have wanted, also to try to locate important documents and find the answers to key