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CHRIS GRANGER / THE TIMES-PICAYUNE The dead body of Lionel Batiste, right, is embalmed and propped up against a pole during his wake on Thursday, July 19, 2012 at Charbonnet-Labat Funeral Home in New Orleans.

Wake held for Lionel Batiste

CHRIS GRANGER / THE TIMES-PICAYUNE The dead body of Lionel Batiste, right, is embalmed and propped up against a pole during his wake on Thursday, July 19, 2012 at Charbonnet-Labat Funeral Home in New Orleans.

LifeGem - Memorial Diamonds created from a lock of hair or cremated remains / ashes / cremation- I would LOVE to do this with my Mimi's ashes! SO expensive though!

LifeGem - Memorial Diamonds created from a lock of hair or cremated remains / ashes / cremation- I would LOVE to do this with my Mimi's ashes! SO expensive though!

Photographing dead children was very common years ago during Late Victorian & Early Edwardian times. (1860 - 1910) Infant & child deaths were very common. It was a kind of photo-shoot ceremony & they used to prepare the dead body to get the best photogenic shots.

Photographing dead children was very common years ago during Late Victorian & Early Edwardian times. (1860 - 1910) Infant & child deaths were very common. It was a kind of photo-shoot ceremony & they used to prepare the dead body to get the best photogenic shots.

Photographing dead children was a very common years ago during Late Victorian & Early Edwardian times. (1860 - 1910) Infant & child deaths were very common. It was a kind of photo shot ceremony and they used to prepare the dead body to get a best photogenic shots. In most of these photos you even cant recognize which one is the dead one. Scary.. but interesting

Photographing dead children was a very common years ago during Late Victorian & Early Edwardian times. (1860 - 1910) Infant & child deaths were very common. It was a kind of photo shot ceremony and they used to prepare the dead body to get a best photogenic shots. In most of these photos you even cant recognize which one is the dead one. Scary.. but interesting

Image result for memento mori photographs  I think this photo is from the Victorian times where people would take a final photo with their deceased family member. I think it is quite weird because this boy is sat next to a dead body - I think they are both brothers. I wouldn't be able to do this!

Image result for memento mori photographs I think this photo is from the Victorian times where people would take a final photo with their deceased family member. I think it is quite weird because this boy is sat next to a dead body - I think they are both brothers. I wouldn't be able to do this!

When a dead body is found unrecognizable, whether due to obliteration of soft tissue or the damage caused by the passage of time, a team of forensic artists is called in to create an artistic reconstruction of the deceased's visage. These artists use the victim's skull, along with fiberglass, clay and intuition, to mold an approximate likeness of the deceased. Photos of these facial reconstructions are then publicized with the hopes of identifying the anonymous victims. photos by Arne…

Haunting Facial Reconstructions Molded From The Bones Of Dead People

When a dead body is found unrecognizable, whether due to obliteration of soft tissue or the damage caused by the passage of time, a team of forensic artists is called in to create an artistic reconstruction of the deceased's visage. These artists use the victim's skull, along with fiberglass, clay and intuition, to mold an approximate likeness of the deceased. Photos of these facial reconstructions are then publicized with the hopes of identifying the anonymous victims. photos by Arne…

Day of the Dead Artist David Lozeau, Memento Mori, David Lozeau Dia de los Muertos Art - 1

Memento Mori by David Lozeau | Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead Artist David Lozeau, Memento Mori, David Lozeau Dia de los Muertos Art - 1

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