Bill Edgar, founder of Coffin Confessions, answers everything you’ve ever wanted to know about his job:
A A person that interrupts a funeral service at the request of the deceased.
A After being engaged to investigate the financials of a client that was being ripped off by his accountant, he disclosed he had terminal cancer with little time left.
A Interrupting the eulogy being performed by the best mate of my client and disclosing to him and all mourners present that my client knew he'd been trying to sleep with his wife while he lay on his deathbed.
A In the first instance it's shock and horror, however everyone wants to know what their loved one, friend or associate had left unsaid. Once you get the crowd on your side you're pretty well right.
A Hurt no, but force me to leave, yes. However given those that really knew the deceased they are intrigued and again want to know what their loved one left unsaid.
A After watching how my client's family and friends turn into vultures dividing assets before they're even in the ground, I have no care or concern for those left behind.
A I investigate my clients' claims the best I can and I have a contractual agreement.
A Up to $10,000.
A A lady who passed told me to tell her husband she loved him to the moon and back and he should live his life to the fullest… That they'll be together again one day.
A My immediate family are very supportive of what I do, I don't care what others think.