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Casey Kasem STILL Not Buried As Family Feud Rages On!

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This is SO sad!

Casey Kasem passed away on June 15th, but apparently his body still hasn’t been buried!

And part of the reason for that is because the body is still in Washington and not in Los Angeles where Casey Kasem wanted to be laid to rest!

The famous voice of American Top 40 passed away this past Father’s Day from Parkinson's disease, dementia and sepsis.

While his widow Jean Kasem has accused Casey’s children of trying to grab their late father’s life insurance policy - the daughter, Kerri Kasem, claims her stepmother is just stalling because she knows there’s going to be an investigation about whether elderly abuse occurred while in her care!

Here’s what Kerri recently said

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Indiana Woman Dies Of Cancer & Requests Guide Dog Is Euthanized & Buried With Her

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Well, this is very strange.

Shelia Stadler was very close with her guide dog. So close that before Shelia passed away from cancer, she requested her dog Toffee be euthanized and buried alongside her.

Here's what a person from the local animal hospital had to say:

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Andy Griffith ALREADY BURIED!

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As part of his wishes, Andy Griffith was buried soon after passing.

Put to rest at his Roanoke Island family farm (11:30am), a rep for Twiford Funeral Homes confirmed the news.

While nobody would confirm whether or not he was embalmed, it is legal to bury without the process in North Carolina.

Andy's burial was accompanied by an intimate service for close family and friends.

We'll miss you so much, Andy. You brought so much laughter!

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NY Makes It Legal For Humans To Be Buried At The Pet Cemetery

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New York state's Cemetery Board has made it legal for humans to have their ashes buried in pet cemeteries alongside their passed-away pets.

A woman from the Bronx, who wants to buried with her dogs and cats, said:

"I feel great. It was sort of like an early Christmas present.

It's just unfortunate that so many people had to go through this emotional torture these many months while this was being worked out."

Originally, even though over 700 people had been buried near their pets at the Hartsdale Pet Cemetery, the Cemetery Board had ruled human remains could not be buried in pet cemeteries.

The Board reversed their decision and made it legal as long as the service isn't advertised and there is no charge for it.

Kind of weird but we can totally understand wanting to be buried next to your loved ones.

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You Were Born Evolved This Way! Archaeologists Find First Gay Caveman

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What? You didn't think guys were into each other waaaaaay back in the day?

A male body, dating back to between 2900-2500 BC was found in the Czech Republic, buried in the same fashion as women of the "Corded Ware culture in the Copper Age."

Here's what archaeologist Kamila Remisova Vesinova had to say about it:

"From history and ethnology, we know that people from this period took funeral rites very seriously so it is highly unlikely that this positioning was a mistake. Far more likely is that he was a man with a different sexual orientation, homosexual or transsexual."

More from archaeologist Katerina Semradova:

"What we see here doesn't add up to traditional Corded Ware cultural norms. The grave in Terronska Street in Prague 6 is interred on its left side with the head facing the West. An oval, egg-shaped container usually associated with female burials was also found at the feet of the skeleton. None of the objects that usually accompany male burials such as weapons, stone battle axes and flint knives were found in the grave."

Pret-ty inneresting. Wonder if they'll find any other male bodies buried in a similar fashion.

Do U think the first homosexual caveman has been found? Or do U think he was buried that way for another reason?

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