What Dead Bodies do In Mortuary That Scares Me And Made Vow Never to Go Back To The Mortuary ( Mortuary Attendant Reveals)

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What Dead Body do In Mortuary That Scares Me And Made Vow Never to Go Back To The Mortuary ( Mortuary Attendant Reveals)

Mortuary is a place where people’s bodies are kept until they can be ID, removed for an autopsy, buried, cremated, or other ways to get rid of them.
In modern times, bodies have been refrigerated to keep them from decaying.

People don’t store bodies because they smell.

Today, it’s hard to get a job, and people will do anything they can to make money.
But there are some jobs that no matter how desperate they are, they won’t go back to because of the experience they had while working there.

What Dead Body do In Mortuary That Scares Me And Made Vow Never to Go Back To The Mortuary ( Mortuary Attendant Reveals)

Like this guy who used his social media account to talk about what he went through when he used to work at the mortuary and how hard it was. That’s what the man said: The one thing I’d never do again is work at a morgue.

When muscles contract at the same time, dead people twitch.

This happens when the muscles move at the same time.

This always scared me when I saw it.

This is scary, but it is said that dead people aren’t dangerous when you bathe them.

It’s like bathing a doll, and there’s no big deal.

It’s also said that people who go to the mortuary are given pills to make them brave and be able to face dead people because some can be scary because of how they come in.

People said that they twitch, but they didn’t say that they twitch.

It’s scary enough to come face to face with a dead person.

There were questions about whether or not he ever felt sorry for the dead bodies on social media because we know that people are curious about things.

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It doesn’t seem like it, though. The only time that makes him cry is when he sees people who love him come to bathe him.

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