Interestingly that within three days of death, the enzymes remaining in the body begin to decompose the body. The ruptured cells become food for bacteria in the intestines, which release enough harmful gas to bloat the body and make the eyes bulge.
A Swedish company, Promessa, has proposed a new burial method. They freeze the body in liquid nitrogen, and destroy it with high-frequency vibrations, leaving only powdery ash. The company claims that this "ecological landfill" will decompose in 6 to 12 months.
Interesting fact t, Zoroastrians in India leave the bodies of the dead to be eaten by vultures.
Queen Victoria insisted on being buried with the bathrobe of her long-dead husband, Prince Albert.
In Madagascar, families dig up the bones of dead relatives. An old shroud is given to a childless couple to cover the matrimonial bed. And the deceased is buried in a new one.
During railway construction in Egypt in the 19th century, construction companies discovered so many mummies that they used them as fuel for locomotives.
An interesting fact about death was proved by scientists, in 1907 a doctor from Massachusetts conducted an experiment with weighing a person before and after death and reported that the body had lost 21 grams after death. That is how much the soul weighs.
It is estimated that 100 billion people have died over the lifetime of humans.