Interesting People

What’s the Best Way to Face Death? Now There’s A Zoom Class For That.

“If we woke up each morning, knowing we only had a year to live what would change? How would we…

2 months ago

Will coronavirus forever change the American way of death & the meaning of life? – Interview with Morbid Anatomy’s Joanna Ebenstein

In the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, Digital Dying connected with Morbid Anatomy artistic director and co-founder Joanna Ebenstein for…

6 months ago

How To Live And Die With 40 Cats? An Interview with a Country Cat Lady

Katrin Hecker of Animalkind lives with lots of cats. We wanted to know more. Justin Nobel visited with Katrin and…

9 months ago

Is Live Streaming Funerals The Future? An Interview With David Lutterman

Digital Dying recently connected with David Lutterman, the driving force behind One Room, a funeral live streaming service. We wanted…

1 year ago

Honoring Animals with Ceremony: An Interview with Laura King

Our pets are members of the family. So losing the can be difficult. Society has been slow to recognize the…

1 year ago

What to Wear In the Afterlife? – Interview TWO With Rock Star Animal Communicator Charles Peden

“I can communicate with insects and I can communicate with whales,” animal communicator Charles Peden told Digital Dying when we…

2 years ago

Josh Slocum – Interview With the Funeral Industry’s Number One Critic

Josh Slocum of the Funeral Consumers Alliance gave Digital Dying some interesting viewpoints in this interview. We encourage readers to…

2 years ago

Entering the Doorway of Death with Dina Taylor

One thing hospice nurse, Dina Taylor, has come to understand after 27 years of hospice work: Too often Americans are…

2 years ago

OMG, a Celebrity Mortician

The funeral industry has a true celebrity, Caitlin Doughty. She is a mortician, a New York Times bestselling author, and…

3 years ago

My Rock n Roll Dad: A Unique Story of Remembrance

The year is 1969. Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. have recently been assassinated. Riots have swept many…

4 years ago

“The Deathbed Poet” – How One Man Makes Poems of Life’s Last Hours

Michael Gaspeny knows secrets. He knows lives. He knows what makes people smile, and what makes them sin. He knows…

4 years ago

Checking-in with the Guru of Celebrity Death Pools, Kelly Bakst

With the spate of big-name celebrity deaths so far this year, we thought it would be a good time to…

5 years ago

New Orleans Death Talk: Decatur Street Artist Blue Fletcher

New Orleans street artist Blue Fletcher has experienced a lot of loss. She generously opened up to our Justin Nobel…

5 years ago

Nola Death Tete-a-tete: The Vanishing LGBT Bookkeeper

"This store was founded in the ‘70s because there were very few sources for gay and lesbian literature in the…

5 years ago

Nola Death Tête-à-tête – Pirate’s Alley Artist Nathan Durapau

I was born and raised in Mexico. My parents were missionaries and I spent the first 12 years of my…

5 years ago