It is a known fact that when people die, their families always want to know where they will be buried. What is less known is the amount of time that people actually want to be buried. It is estimated that the average person will spend, on average, 10 years in the ground. In the case of Johnie Manziel, that number is going up.
This is interesting because Johnie Manziel’s family has actually contacted a funeral home and they are going to pay $3,000 to have his body exhumed so his family can discover where he is being buried. That $3,000 is actually the largest sum that a family ever has to pay to have their loved one’s body exhumed.
They aren’t the first, but they are the first to make a deal in this way. In fact, a couple of other families have also agreed to pay a large sum of money to have their loved ones bodies exhumed. It’s good that Johnie’s family has agreed to this and I hope that it might start a trend for similar deals. Many families have already bought cremated remains and are now trying to get the same deal with their loved one’s bodies.
That’s a great idea. I hope that this one gets a lot more traction. I really wish I could bring my family to this kind of deal too. I really don’t think anyone should have to pay for their loved ones’ bodies to be exhumed.
I agree. This would be a nice start.
No, I don’t think any family should have to pay for their loved ones’ bodies to be exhumed. But you are talking about people who know what they are getting into. And in this case, they are getting into a really bad situation. The body itself has been exhumed and is now sitting in a morgue. Now the police have to find it and retrieve it from somewhere.
It’s not like it’s some big deal. The body’s been exhumed, and the police have to retrieve the body and bring it to a morgue. I would just be a little concerned that the police could find it and not realize what it is, or be unable to find it.
I think it’s safe to say that the police have a pretty strong sense of what they are dealing with. With the recent spate of murders in this country, I’m not sure we can expect them to just leave it alone and let the murderer go on his merry way. However, if they are unable to find it on their own, the police would have to notify the coroner’s office where the body is now, and then also notify the family of the victim.
I think the police could find it. However, the police have a pretty strong sense of what they are dealing with. I mean, this was just a murder. So I think the police would have to notify the coroners office where the body is now, and then also notify the family of the victim.
I’m not actually sure if it’s worth it to notify the family, just so the police can find him. The family would probably have no reason to think the police would have found him and then have it explained to them that the police had no idea who the murderer was, if anything.