Recently, I've gotten this morbid curiosity about funeral homes and what it's like to work there.
If you've ever worked at one, I'm guessing there are a ton of secrets about the job and that you have some wild stories as well, so I'd love to hear 'em!
For example, maybe your coworkers used to steal belongings from the deceased's pockets when checking the casket.
Or maybe you always drove minivans when picking up bodies because it's doesn't draw attention like a hearse.
Or perhaps there was a mixup and when the casket was opened at the funeral, the wrong corpse was there.
If you've ever worked at a funeral home, tell us what it was really like working there. Share all of your horror stories and secrets. You could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post or video!