Love Me Some Death

Mar 6, 2015 by

Love Me Some Death

I’m the morbidity guru, according to San Diego Voice. I write a semi-regular article for City Beat on Death. The links are below. One about Death Cafes, or at least my sardonic take on these lovely tea and cake events. And another is about my love for graveyards, and obituaries. To me, some of the most interesting people exist in the obituary column, and I’m not talking celebrity obits. Please, I prefer ordinary folk, like the member of the mariachi band for JFK’s funeral, or the inventor of the poodle skirt. Mount Hope Cemetery.widea My next article is due out on April 27, and it looks like it will be about Near Death Experience Association. I’m not a believer of the Afterlife, but these folks have some interesting meetings and discussions. Many stories. June, I’m looking into the Hemlock Society. Now there’s  group I can join. If you’re interested in death, afraid of death, or just curious in why anyone would be interested, check out a Death Cafe near you at deathcafe.com. There’s a good chance I’ll be there, sipping tea. Death Cafes: http://www.sdcitybeat.com/sandiego/article-13845-death-café-tea-cake-and-talk-about-the-end.html My love for graveyards and obits: http://www.sdcitybeat.com/sandiego/article-13368-amy-wallens-death-obsession-uncovers-weird-mysterious-and-fascinating-life.html

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