Sue Purkiss delivers a poignant WW1 story. I lived in Belgium for 16 years and never heard of Talbot House or the Poperinge execution post, which just goes to show: history curiosity is a lifelong pursuit.
Fear of botch burials was much more common before the development of medical devices such as the stethoscope, which became commercially available in about 1852, but in 1846 was hailed by Paris scientists as a “means of preventing premature burials.
Jane Steen's insight:
Aaagh! One of my most morbid fears...second only to being cremated alive. Brrrrrrrr....
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