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Having a Tibetan Sky Burial Means Birds Will Slowly Eat Your Corpse

Tibetan Buddhists have been performing sky burials for centuries, and it's one of the most economical – but also totally gory – funeral practices in the world.

af Josh Androsky
19 september 2014, 4:49pm

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In the second installment of the What Happens When You Die podcast, our resident death expert Megan Rosenbloom (whose next edition of the Death Salon lecture series is in San Francisco on October 11th) teaches us about Tibetan sky burials, which includes birds eating your decaying, lifeless corpse.

Our special guests for this episode are comedians Guy Branum (Head Writer of X-Play on G4, Chelsea Lately) and Billy Wayne Davis (Last Comic Standing, WTF with Marc Maron). Joining them are VICE contributors Josh Androsky and Grant Pardee.

PRODUCER: BRETT RADER

ENGINEER: CHRIS SOUSA

MUSIC: LA FONT

Recorded at EMP Studios

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