Sites related to the issues surrounding Death and Dying.
Provides scans of paperwork for deceased celebrities, including autopsy and coroner reports.
Online quiz yields estimated life span according to various factors.
Articles on how to deal with death and suicide, and how to communicate with others about serious illness.
A resource including the Japanese controversy, diagnosing, persistent vegetative state and religious views.
Funeral director from Reynolds, Georgia, available as a public speaker on the lighter side of being a small town undertaker.
Lists famous people and whether they are dead or alive.
A Buddhist insight to help people meet death with grace, clarity, and fearlessness. Includes text of prayers used for Buddhist funeral rite.
A social franchise based on the concept of people gathering and talking about death whilst relaxing in an informal atmosphere. The objective is to help people make the most of their lives. Includes press coverage, future meet-ups, guides to organising an event, blog posts and art.
A social and cultural analysis of the development of funeral and mourning practices on the internet.
Lifespan calculator uses published global life expectancy statistics.
Explores the way identity is affected by the inevitability of death.
Thoughts on death from Osho, a mystic.
Musings on reaching the end of life, hopefully some time in the far distant future, by a lady in her forties.
Covers all aspects of death and dying - biological, medical, social, sociological, psychological, religious, and philosophical.
A collection by Nicholas Gordon.
List of well-known people with cause of death.
Examines the phenomenon of terminal lucidity and the last words of the dying. Offers a submission form for people to share their own experiences.
Directory detailing the life and death of many celebrities, including some photographs.
Articles and resources about the sociology of death and dying.
Calculates the date of your demise by referencing statistics from the World Health Organisation. Also include a BMI calculator.
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