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  • Ain't No Way to Go - A monthly cyberdigest of news and magazine articles about the curious ways people have died - some humorous, some horrific.
  • The Body Cannot Die - The material thing in and of itself is not what constitutes life. Although we may in fact say, "my car died", we have no trouble understanding that the car itself was never really "alive" at all. Strange as the idea may seem, could it possibly be the same with our bodies?
  • Borrowed Time - A tastefully morbid page about death's literary aspects: in poetry, song lyrics, and quotations.
  • Cremation Society of the Carolinas - Basic, consumer-oriented facts about cremation and funerals to help plan for this difficult decision.
  • Death and Dying - An upbeat, up-front approach to dealing with death and loss. Frank advice such as a funeral planner and resources to legal questions is along with some feel good games and comedy links.
  • The Death Clock - The Internet's friendly reminder that life is slipping away... second by second. Like the hourglass of the Net, the Death Clock will remind you just how short life is.
  • Death on the Internet - A collection of web pages on the Internet which embrace death in an informative or entertaining manner.
  • Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, MD - Interview with well known physician, author, and teacher in the area of Death and Dying.
  • Lamenting Sons: Fathers & Grief - Thoughts and resources for men grieving sons lost to accidents, illness, suicide, and other tragedies.
  • Last Rites - Dedicated to dealing with death in the contemporary U.S. From nontraditional funerals and memorial services and creative memorials, to final disposition, to the ways and places we die, to healing after the death of a loved one.
  • Mort - Page of the macabre - Pics, sounds, info all death related. Some disturbing images.
  • National Museum of Funeral History - A museum of 19th and 20th century funerary history in the United States. Online collections and membership info, and gift shop. Located in Texas.
  • Obituary Page - Birth/Death dates and brief description of Famous people who died recently.
  • Quiet Funeral - An individual's occasionally humerous commentary on funeral providers - mainly UK based. How to get what you want and save a fortune.
  • Realm of Goodman Bones - Death poetry, cemetery photography, death of celebrities and links.
  • Rotten dot com - An archive of disturbing illustration
  • Webster's Death, Dying and Grief Guide - A comprehensive collection of Internet resources with a holistic perspective - one that would be helpful to anyone seeking a wider vision and understanding of the death process.

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