A STACK OF DEAD BODIES FOUND IN A FUNERAL PARLOR’S GARAGE IN RIVERDALE, MD…

Posted on May 5, 2010. Filed under: News And Politics... |

 
This story deeply disturbs me because of the countless other stories relating to the handling of the deceased.  It’s enough to make your blood boil and your stomach turn.  I posted a couple of extremely grisly true stories on the same subject (the subject story follows my post)…
 

I posted this story on July 10, 2009…

UPDATED: FOUR GRAVE ROBBERS DESECRATE UP TO 300 GRAVES FOR FINANCIAL GAIN…

 

I originally posted this on August 6, 2009, and still this atrocious behavior continues…

UPDATED 10-02-09: OBAMA SAYS RECESSION GETTING BETTER, BUT PEOPLE CAN’T EVEN BURY THEIR DEAD…

 

Just when you thought your loved ones are resting in peace, you come across heinous stories like this (video of this story)…

 

Stack of 40 bodies found in funeral home garage (Video)

 

Funeral home accused of stacking bodies in a garage

 

There are also countless stories about kids going into cemeteries and toppling as many headstones as they can "just for the fun of it".  What a sick, sick world we now live in, and the sickest part of all is that nothing is being done about it—it’s simply accepted

 

HEY, OBAMA!  HOW ABOUT CALLING FOR A "RESPECT-FOR-THE DECEASED" SUMMIT???

 

QueenBee

 
 

Funeral home accused of stacking bodies in a garage

By the CNN Wire Staff

 (CNN) — A Maryland funeral home has lost its license after investigators found about 40 bodies stacked on top of each other, leaking fluid, in a garage, a state official said.

The state Board of Morticians and Funeral Directors revoked the license of Chambers Funeral Home & Crematorium in Riverdale, Maryland after an April 26 visit to the site.

Hari Close, president of the the state funeral board, told CNN Tuesday that some of the bodies were cadavers who had been donated to a local university for research. Other bodies came from other funeral homes, Close said.

The bodies were supposed to be cremated, but investigators were alarmed at how they were stored in the garage while they awaited cremation.

"Even somebody who donates their body to science, they still should be treated with dignity," said Close. "Not to mention the health and safety issues with the body fluids flowing out."

William Chambers, co-owner of the funeral home, told CNN-affiliate WJLA said that he hopes to work with the state to resolve the alleged violations.

When investigators inspected the funeral home they were warned by an employee, who told them, "Don’t get upset about all the bodies in there," according to documents released by the state funeral board.

Inside the room was a "large pile, approximately 12 by 12 feet, of body bags containing human remains strewn on the floor of the garage in front of a removal van. There was visible leakage from the body bags as well as a pungent odor," the documents said.

"The investigator also observed writing on some of the body bags," they said. "However, fluid leakage from the body bags caused the writing to smear and become illegible. As a result, it was not immediately possible to determine the identity of the remains."

There will be a hearing at the end of the month to determine whether the funeral home will get its license back, Close said.

CNN’s Patty Lane contributed to this report.

 

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