9.21.2005

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A technician secures a casket at the Southern Memorial Park in Biloxi, Miss., Aug. 30, 2005 after Hurricane Katrina ripped open mausoleums, sucked caskets out of their tombs, and flattened the offices. Company officials are trying to find all the missing caskets that were displaced due to the hurricane, but many are either buried under the debris, floated out to sea or possibly floated out and sank in the waters just off shore. (AP Photo/Rogelio Solis)

6 comments:

trappedinchico said...

I'm telling you: zombies.

freak said...

Would it not be crazy to be swimming in the ocean and all of a sudden step on a casket?

m&m said...

It upsets me that New Orleans gets almost all the media coverage for something that was preventable, yet Mississippi received the most damage from Katrina. There are towns with only one or two buildings still standing. My opinion is the attraction of the media to N.O. is the controversy involving the blame game and the race card rearing it's ugly head.

Fred said...

This is one of the many reasons I want to be cremated...

Anonymous said...

I'll never eat gulf shrimp again!!!!Gross!

Anonymous said...

I'd like a shrimp casket..Uh, I mean basket.