Attention: Your Insurance Doesn't Cover Damage From Corpse Fluid

Attention: Your Insurance Doesn't Cover Damage From Corpse Fluid

Let’s say you have an apartment. One night, you wake up to find that a liquid is dripping from the ceiling onto your face. When it turns out that the liquid was bodily fluids from a decomposing corpse, your insurance lets you know that the damage to your belongings will not be covered by your policy. Yes, this happened to someone.

National Funeral Home Lets Hundreds Of Corpses Rot In Hallways

National Funeral Home Lets Hundreds Of Corpses Rot In Hallways

The National Funeral Home in Falls Church, Virginia stores unrefrigerated corpses, including some bound for Arlington National Cemetery, in hallways and garages for months on end, according to embalmer-turned-whistleblower Steven Napper. The Funeral Home’s owner, Texas-based Service Corporation International, told Napper that they were unwilling to pay for refrigeration, which would prevent corpses from leaking and growing mold.

Corpse On A Plane: Dead Woman Moved To First Class

Corpse On A Plane: Dead Woman Moved To First Class

Paul Trinder, who awoke to see the body at the end of his row, last week described the journey as “deeply disturbing”, and complained that the airline dismissed his concerns by telling him to “get over it”.

Another Corpse Billed by AOL

Another Corpse Billed by AOL

Now that AOL’s dissolved their call centers and gone free, we certainly hope that all billing issues customers have been wrestling with have been resolved. In particular, their habit of continuing to bill the dead.

Reader Wants A Job. We Give Him One!

Reader Wants A Job. We Give Him One!

In an email with the subject “b.s. economy,” reader Leo whined to us: