I came across this article in the Atlantic Cities this morning and I got to say I never thought of burial space as an issue. It makes sense. Everyone goes at some point and considering the Baby Boomers are aging and there’s a lot of them. In so many words, the supply doesn’t meet the future demand. On the light hearted side, I really did enjoy how the author wrote “private cemetery owners face the same problem coffee shop owners do: people pay once, up front, then stick around forever.” It’s true in a morbid sense.

 

 

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