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One foot in the grave, one foot out.

That horrifying moment when you just found out you had burred your loved one with another corpse. the true story, that sort of slipped unnoticed. Until now.The sickening incident took place at Mount Holiness Memorial Park in New Jersey.A FAMILY was horrified when a rotting foot toppled onto the coffin as they buried their beloved granddad. The seen was horrific claimed the  family of the deceased grandfather.

He said “Is it newsworthy? In a cemetery? Not really.”
The family also claims one worker accidentally droped a pack of cigarettes and his phone into the grave – and hauled them out with a rake.
Last month a grieving family in South Wales buried a total stranger after the wrong nameplate was put on a coffin.

The body part fell onto the blue casket of Cleveland Butler, 85, as his heartbroken family watched.But there was absolutely nothing that the family could do.Other then to simply see the foot draped over there deceased in the casket coffin.


Daughter Sandra Butler told the New York Daily News: “This was a very traumatizing situation, first dealing with losing my father and then this.
“I couldn’t even look at it. It was too much and no one said anything to us.
“It was like business as usual for them. They just dumped the dirt in the plot like it was normal, like it’s nothing to them.”

He left behind a large family, including four children, nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, including Sandra and her brother Alonzo.

Mr. Butler, who suffered a fatal stroke at a Brooklyn nursing home, made his final journey at the Robeson and Brown Funeral Home in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Friday.



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