And, as in the case of Jimi Hendrix, whose family members moved his remains from a humble grave to a grand memorial inthe living move their dead to new plots, new cemeteries, even new cities. Corpses typically pass through five stages of decomposition: fresh, when cells begin to burst; bloat, when pent-up gases cause the body to expand and turn from flesh-colored to green to black; active decomposition, in which tissues turn to liquid and maggots eat what they can; advanced decomposition, where hardier bugs tackle Album) and ultimately, skeletal decay, where bones begin to disintegrate.
Disinterments typically start the same way — a backhoe quickly clears the topsoil — but each exhumation is unique, depending on the condition of the corpse. Cold weather can limit the growth of hungry bacteria. And, in rare cases, an embalmed body may look similar to the day it was buried, even if decades have passed. Eco-friendly caskets, like those made from bamboo or cardboard, disintegrate quickly. Wooden caskets, from mahogany to pine, last a bit longer but still erode. In those cases, the disinterment crew will have to collect any human remains and place them in a new, smaller vessel for reburial.
But if someone was buried in a metal casket — typically steel, copper, or bronze — they may be able to move the box directly from one grave to another. Caskets are rarely placed directly in the ground.
Concrete vaults are pricier, but they can prevent soil, water, and other invaders from seeping in. Concrete vaults also make exhumations easier because the crew can pull the entire vault out of the earth and easily plop it elsewhere.
But in some cases, any evidence of a body has disappeared entirely. This inherent unpredictability makes exhumation an emotional process. Legally, they can attend a disinterment, but funeral directors often advise them against it. Even today, the FBI has agents tracking down Americans who loot native burial grounds.
But legal disinterment is carefully controlled to ensure respect for human remains. In the United States, when someone is buried, courts presume the person wanted to stay buried unless he or she specified otherwise. Most states require special permits to disinter a body.
This allows the court to ensure the chain of custody is transparent, and the wishes of the deceased are represented.
Though they secured the paperwork, Album), Crown Hill Cemetery, where Dillinger is buried, has taken the case to court. Legal battles aside, the most difficult part of the process is usually the digging. Crews of up to six people can work as long as eight hours excavating a grave. Like every Violent Intercourse - Sanatorium - Celebration Of Exhumation (CD aspect of dying, it can be costly.
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