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Tattoo tributes, mobile memorials and virtual visitations: Grieving in the 21st century

?Ashes to ashes, dust to dust? may be the traditional view when it comes to death. But ?ashes to tattoos? is one unconventional way people have found to honor their dead, as mourning goes skin-deep, mobile, wearable and virtual this century. It?s all part of denying the ?messiness of the corpse? and ?returning? the dead.
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