This is a post that has been on my mind a lot over the past 2 months or so. I got a call from the funeral home informing me that an elderly man had died in his home. My heart goes out to the family of the deceased man, but I wasn’t able to get in touch with him. It was a sad thing to have to deal with, and I was glad to be able to put this post out there.
While I’m not sure exactly what happened, it turns out the elderly man’s wife was having an affair with her husband (a woman who was supposedly her best friend), and her husband had put the elderly man in the home. As a result, the man died in the home. So, in the end, it was the man’s widow who put the elderly man’s body in the home. So, I guess he did die.
It’s difficult to say what exactly happened, but it appears that the elderly man died from an overdose of prescription drugs. It’s worth noting that no one in the family has gone public with any of this information. The only family member to go public so far is the man’s son, who told the Post-Gazette that the son believes the man had a heart attack and the man died from that, after he accidentally cut himself.
The funeral home where he was laid to rest is not the only one in the area. An employee at the church where he was buried tells the Post-Gazette that the gravesite is in an area with a lot of vacant lots. This is just one of the many strange incidents that the post-story trailer shows us.
It may be just a coincidence, but I have to wonder if the empty lot where the mans body was laid to rest was the same spot where he was killed. In case you haven’t noticed, there’s a lot of vacant lots around Eggers’ funeral home. It’s as if the body was laid to rest in the most vacant spot on a post-apocalyptic map.
It also reveals that the bodies of various people in the post-story trailer are all in different states of decomposition. In other words, the bodies we see were not killed in the same way. This means that the post-story trailer is telling us that the bodies are in different states of decay. To me, that would suggest that the bodies in the post-story trailer are in a state of decomposition just like the bodies at Eggers funeral home.
We’re not 100% clear, but the post-story trailer might be telling us that a body at the funeral home is decomposing, while the bodies in the post-story trailer are in the same state of decomposition as the bodies in the funeral home. In either case, we get the feeling that the bodies at the funeral home are not as dead as we would hope.
I don’t know about you, but I had a lot of trouble believing that Eggers funeral home would ever be in the same state of decay as the bodies in the post-story trailer. This would be like an alien landing on earth and saying that the bodies in the post-story trailer are in the same state as the bodies in the aliens’ spaceship. It seems unlikely, but still, it’s not like we’re going to be able to see the bodies in the funeral home.
The post-story trailer seems to imply that Eggers funeral home is in the same state as the bodies in the post-story trailer. It’s been a week, and I’m still not seeing the same bodies. I suppose I’m just not seeing them as they used to be. The bodies in the post-story trailer don’t seem to be as decomposing as the bodies in the funeral home.
You can’t just walk up to an old house and ask questions. You can’t just walk up to an old house and ask questions. You need to know what the answers to those questions are.