A website devoted to tracking who's alive and who's not. Most entries are for the recently passed but also some entries to silence rumors. Also, a neat feature to read obituaries and find photographs of actual grave locations. Completely indexed by year, you'll be surprised by the number of people you had no idea had gone to their great reward.


One Reply to Good Morning, Let's See Who's Dead

Amy Austin | September 7, 2007
Merv died last month??? ;-o


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