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05/28/2009 06:50 AM ID: 78911 Permalink   

Funeral Home Sold at Tax Sale, Came With Four Dead Bodies Which May Have Been There for Years

 

Indiana: Reverend Reginald Burrell of the Northlake Church of Christ and his deacons have discovered four bodies left in a funeral home they purchased at a tax sale. The funeral home is next to the church and they plan to renovate it.

It is thought that the bodies may have been at the premises since it closed in 2006 after the former owner, Darryl Cammack, had his business license pulled by the Indiana State Board of Funeral and Cemetery Services. He may now face charges.

Lake County Coroner David J. Pastrick was called in to investigate. He says the remains, which were found in two caskets, a body bag, and a corrugated burial box, are "unidentifiable".

 
  Source: www.post-trib.com  
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  The bodies can probably be identified.  
 
Dental records or DNA should be useful.
 
  by: walter3ca   05/28/2009 09:20 AM     
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I think what he meant was that you wouldn't be able to recognise the person any more - ie. they were badly decomposed. I'm sure, as you said, that they can be positively identified if they were on the system in the first place.
 
  by: ixuzus     05/28/2009 10:21 AM     
  That is...  
 
just sick!
 
  by: captainJane     05/28/2009 04:09 PM     
  Well that's just craptastic!!  
 
I've been looking for 4 dead bodies for years....
 
  by: valkyrie123     05/28/2009 06:15 PM     
  @CptJane  
 
If you think that is sick you should read Cemetery Stories by Katherine Ramsland. Its a collection of stories from interviews that she had with various people that work with the dead. Topics range anywhere from body decomposition to necrophilia.

Good book, if your into the macabre.
 
  by: teh_epic     05/28/2009 06:19 PM     
  at least he didn't dump the corpses in a lake  
 
and give people an urn full of 'generic' ash to cut costs...anyone remember that story from a few years back?
 
  by: sceptre_of_fertility   05/29/2009 07:59 PM     
  uh  
 
so what was he SUPPOSED to do with them if he had his license pulled? He couldn't legally continue business...
 
  by: PeddlerOfFlesh   05/30/2009 10:29 PM     
 
 
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