Sandy Hingston

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The death industry is very big business. We take a look at the beginnings of the modern cemetery and burial business, which has its roots right here in Southern California.

The Business of Death: A Changing Industry

The death industry is very big business. We take a look at the beginnings of the modern cemetery and burial business, which has its roots right here in Southern California.

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