My first hearse. A 1987 Fleetwood Cadillac made by Eureka. All the way from Fort Worth Texas in the United States. Sold a few years ago to a company in Lancashire. I do miss her!
From my days as a student embalmer at the Salisbury College of Funeral sciences. All of my text books and most of my course material.
One of my pet hates is when someone pronounces hearse as hurst or hirst!! It makes me cringe every time I hear it!!!
TV undertakers you either love e'm or hate e'm. Quite often production companies get it so wrong when acting out death and funeral scenes on television.
Happy new year everyone. I hope 2017 brings you peace, happiness and riches beyond your wildest dreams????
We've all been there at some point or another? The one aspect of the job I absolutely hate is being on call. It completely screws up your plans for that week and knackeres up your sleep pattern!
One thing I am keen on is more open and honest dialogue surrounding death and dying. That is why I now host death cafes in my home city of Bristol.
I love to read. And often authors of different death related books will send me copies of their books to read and review. This one is by American funeral director Stanley Swan. It is a fantastic read.
Welcome to the photo album. Not all the pictures on here are mine but most of them are.