Nobody will forget what you look like with an urn that looks exactly like you. Cremation Solutions offers a mold of your head that you can fill with your ashes, cookies or whatever. The company charges about $2,000 for the state-of-the-art imaging technique that rebuilds your visage into a one-of-a-kind receptacle.
You can spin your story however you want with a vinyl record album made from your ashes. Andvinyly will press your ashes into an album on which you can record your own soundtrack, your last will and testament or a personal message. You can have a personalized album cover designed with your portrait, or you can stick with the standard cover which reads “RIV” along with your name and birth and death years. Pets are also welcome at Andvinyly.
Become one with the Internet
With the popularity of social networking, it's no surprise that some morbid computer geeks came up with virtual solutions to death.
Lifenaut is a site that allows you to create an avatar of yourself that looks and talks like you and knows practically everything about you. Friends and family visiting your page can ask you questions, get your opinions and listen to you talk ad nauseam.
Dead Social will even send Facebook, Google+ and Twitter messages from you long after you die. You can send birthday and holiday wishes from beyond or just creep out your friends and family with invitations to play “Candy Crush Saga” or “Farmville” for all eternity.
First, a plaster mold will be made of your face and turned into a bronze mask for your sarcophagus. Then you'll be marinated in mummy solution for awhile. Next, your body will be massaged with anointing oil and wrapped up in gauze and silk. Summum is a Salt Lake City company bringing mummies back with modern mummification services that start about $67,000, unless you're very large or it's an unusual mummification of some sort.
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