Yes, You Can Have Your Remains Made Into A Vinyl Record
We have come so far that if you are so inclined, you could have yours or a loved one's remains pressed into a vinyl record. Jason Leach loves vinyl records and he runs a few music labels from his home in Scarborough on the North East coast of England. He has also founded a very different vinyl venture - he presses the ashes of people who have been cremated into records which serve as a sonic memorial to their lives. While we await the answer on whether someone in Michigan could ship cremated remains to have this done, just knowing the technology exists is pretty cool.
This could be the ultimate way to honor a music lover. I personally thought we would go no further than having cremated remains made into diamonds but here we are. Perhaps the hardest part would be what record do you choose? Some people can pick their favorite record easily while others would say it depends on the day.
What record best represents you and your life? What record would you want left behind for your loved ones?