DESPICABLE: Ex-Funeral Home Owner Admits to Dissecting Corpses, Selling Body Parts

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A former funeral home owner in Colorado faces up to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty on Tuesday to defrauding the families of dead people whose bodies she dissected and sold without permission. Megan Hess, 45, forged dozens of body-donor consent forms, court documents detailed.

“Meeting with hospice on the 4th… opening the floodgates of donors,” Hess wrote to a body-buying client in 2014, according to Reuters. “They have four or five deaths a day. Get ready!!!!”

The owner of funeral home Sunset Mesa and body parts business Donor Services, Hess targeted at least a dozen vulnerable families, charging them up to $1,000 for cremations she never performed, according to prosecutors. Some families received ashes made up of the mixed remains of multiple bodies, while at least one family was given a mix of concrete in place of their loved one’s ashes. At her Tuesday hearing, Hess initially called the situation a “legal travesty” but eventually agreed that she had defrauded her clients. Read more.


  1. The crime in itself deserves a lot more than the 15 years in jail she is facing, but being that she targeted those who were slated for cremation anyhow, she isn’t that much worse than the family members involved themselves.

    • Huh?
      I assume this is about Non Jews, who are free to cremate if so they wish, and donations for science purposes, which is despicable to extort or do without consent, yet it can’t be compared to lenient sentences for murderers and the like.

  2. This is where society proves if they stand for justice
    If the Moguls get severely punished at least as much as the little guy who does something violent.

  3. I find the automobile body part business to be a much more reliable operation than the human body part business. For example: Last month I ordered a front end automobile bumper, and I received it within 2 days. But when I tried to order a particular human body part from a human body part business, they hemmed and hawed, and told me “that particular body part is currently out of stock”, but they could put me on a waiting list, or they can make a special order for me from a top of the line foreign cannibal organization, but the shipping costs would be much more expensive. Stay away from those kind of crooks when purchasing any kind of human body parts.
    Also, it’s important to bear in mind that many funeral homes are disreputable businesses, and often turn out to be a death sentence for vulnerable clients.

  4. There are worse things they do with bodies in funeral homes before they’re cremated or buried.


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