Turning the dead into vinyl records

Turning the dead into vinyl records
 

John Hobson is listening to a recording of conversations with his late mother, mostly small talk about family.
The words are on a vinyl record, although this is more than a recording of memories.
The ashes of Madge Hobson are combined with the vinyl, with a photograph and details of her life printed on the labels.
"It makes the perfect family record, which can be passed down the generations," says Jason Leach, 46, the founder of And Vinyly, which produced the disc.
The firm is part of a fast-growing sector of the end-of-life industry. No longer need ashes be stored in an urn or... read more

 
31 August 2017 in Business, Views: 83
Source: BBC
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