Did you know that there’s a four feet rule for burying near a tree? Discover super weird facts that funeral homes don’t want you to know – including exploding caskets, how you can purchase a casket at a discounted rate, and why a body isn’t necessary for a memorial service.
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0:31 Cremation Station Wagon
1:31 Exploding Caskets
2:17 Discount Caskets
3:18 Four Feet Rule
4:05 No Body Needed
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