|05 Jul 2012||#1|
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Track your deceased relatives with a coffin GPS
American funeral directors have unveiled the first 'iGrave.'
It uses GPS satellite tracking to allow relatives to find their loved ones in a natural burial site.
Everyone buried at The Preserve, a 1.5-acre natural burial site in Lafayette, Indiana, receives a GPS transmitter disk in the center of their casket, or in the grave if there is no casket.
Close to home for me.
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