Digital Dying writer Justin Nobel is normally reporting on the news, not the subject of it. Recently, however, Justin had the tables turned on him when he was interviewed for Death–the Podcast.
The show, hosted by psychologist Arian Elfant, focuses on the unique relationship New Orleans has with death but its themes are universal.
… weekly podcast that is a frank look at death through conversation with people who have had a brush with it, or are currently staring it in the face. Read more at the podcast website.
We hope you’ll take a few minutes to listen to the interview. You’ll get insight into Justin’s unique perspective on death (and life) and learn more about Funeralwise.com and this blog, Digital Dying.
About Justin Nobel
Justin Nobel is a freelance journalist who goes where other journalists don’t. “It’s easier to sell stories if nobody else is writing about them.” There aren’t too many people in Japan tracking down the truth aboutt Granny Dump Mountain, the possibly mythical peak where young men carry their aged grandparents to freeze to death. In other parts of Asia, “Lonely Death” is no myth, it’s all too real. Families abandon the elderly in the top floors of high-rise apartments where they die alone. Their lifeless bodies are frequently not found for weeks, months, and in some cases years after their death. See more at itsneworleans.com