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Thread: Saskatoon widow has her husband's tattoos/skin preserved

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    Saskatoon widow has her husband's tattoos/skin preserved


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    Well, it seems to be what the guy wanted...
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    A German scientist using Iranian physics and French mathematics.



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    It kills me that some people think so much of themselves and make outrageous plans for when the they die, apparently so no one will forget them.
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    I see nothing wrong with it my husband wants his skull turned into an urn with his ashes put into it. If it's want he wants then I'll do what I can to see it done.

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    I wonder if there are any laws regulating what you are allowed to do with human remains.
    I mean, can you have a corpse stuffed and mounted like you would a trophy animal or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    It kills me that some people think so much of themselves and make outrageous plans for when the they die, apparently so no one will forget them.
    Now Cindy, when someone picks up these tats at a Salvation Army Thrift Store in 75 years, I'm sure they will display them proudly!! The Circle of Life.
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    The part I have a problem with.......as a dad I'm thinking to myself that my kids could use the 80k in a better way than this. Maybe they are multi millionaire's and 80k is nothing, I do not know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimC View Post
    I wonder if there are any laws regulating what you are allowed to do with human remains.
    I mean, can you have a corpse stuffed and mounted like you would a trophy animal or something?

    I was thinking the same thing. This is Canada after all.

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    I have several tats and when I go they go with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cash View Post
    I was thinking the same thing. This is Canada after all.
    True.
    I suppose that if you can have a corpse stuffed and displayed; then in Canada; it can't posses an AK, while in the US; it's encouraged.

    Positive note for would-be armed, stuffed, US corpses: the need for a speedy background check would be greatly diminished.
    They're "all dressed up with no place to go"; as it were - the sense of urgency is right out the window.
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    This kind of reminds me of Ed Gein and how he
    loved skin.
    Carolyn(1958-2009) always in my heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theotherlondon View Post
    This kind of reminds me of Ed Gein and how he
    loved skin.
    It does. Which makes it even more creepier ! LOL.
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    It makes me think about the lamp shades made from the skin of holocaust victims.
    Who TF would even think about doing something like that?
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    This is just weird but then again, who am I to judge, lol.

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    Wow. I really would like to know how that works. Its not like the tattoos are on your skin, they are in your skin, and I would think they would have to take several layers to be able to preserve them. If that's even possible. They say it comes out looking like parchment paper. i don't know. I could easily see this coming out that this whole thing was a scam and they were simply transferring the images onto paper and then treating it somehow.


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