We want our funerals to be a party, and our caskets/urns to be not just a body/remains-box, but a statement of who we were in life.
According to Nathan Smith, founder and president of 'Til We Meet Again, a custom casket and urn company, "There is such a huge demand for this product," (and) "the Baby Boomers are driving this. One customer, a 'self-professed hippie that was stuck in the '60s' ordered a casket with an exterior that looked tie-dyed."
Check out this Harley Davidson hearse to go with your hot rod
urn or casket...
So, contact your local undertaker, er...I mean... Funeral Director, today! Did it myself, and in fact it's not only not eerie, it's a hoot!
You have been officially alerted.