THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE
Facing Death at a Morgue on the US-Mexico Border
Motherboard's Brian Anderson recalls the sights and scents from his first trip to the municipal morgue in Ciudad Juárez.
10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask
Ten Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Coroner
A chat with a real-life doctor of death.
I Spent a Day with an Embalmer
WARNING: This post contains graphic images.
The Cost of Dying in Greece
Due to the economy it's hard enough to live in Greece, but exorbitant burial costs, limited cemetery space, and endless bureaucracy make dying almost as difficult.
You Can Drink Rum Punch Next to a Grave at Key West's Most Haunted Bar
When most people think of an ideal bar, death is probably not in the picture. But Captain Tony’s Saloon in Key West, Florida somehow does morbidity right.
What Happens When You Donate Your Body to Science?
It takes courage to give away the only thing that is truly yours, even if you're already dead.
'Practically Everybody Is Capable of Murder': An Interview with a Forensic Pathologist
If you die a violent death, chances are you'll soon be on a cold table in front of someone like Eva Schemer.
Meet the Irish Catholic Priest Who Ministers to Inmates on Indonesia's Death Row
Father Charlie Burrows is often the last man people speak to before they face a firing squad.
Russian Roulette (Dispatch 101)
VICE News travels to the bomb-ridden remains of Donetsk Airport, where Ukrainian prisoners of war are being ordered to dig out the bodies of their fallen comrades, under the command of pro-Russia separatists.
Inside Baghdad's Increasingly Crowded Morgue
VICE News visited Baghdad morgue, where bodies are beginning to arrive at the fastest rate in years, and many appear to have been executed.
What is the grossest? A leper? A dead rabbit with flies swarming in its entrails maybe? How about your parents having sex? That's nothing. Check out what 24 year-old Paul McRae sees everyday in a coroner's office.