The National Museum Of Funeral History Launches The Final Curtain Never Closes Podcast, hosted by CEO Genevieve Keeney-Vasquez, is the new podcast from the National Museum of Funeral History.
The Final Curtain Never Closes
The Final Curtain Never Closes, the brand-new podcast produced by the National Museum of Funeral History, is now available for download. The podcast, which will be hosted by CEO Genevieve Keeney-Vasquez, will talk about experts from the funeral industry, new exhibits coming to the museum, and more.
The conversations will be in-depth and interesting with subject matter experts both within the industry (funeral professionals) and outside it (Shroud of Turin experts). Conversations can range from earthly remembrances to out-of-this-world actions like becoming a diamond, painting, or going into space.
The larger goal of NMFH is to educate and inform listeners about the significance of funerals and death rituals through the podcast. Also, to make a place where meaningful discussions about grief and death can take place.
The National Museum Of Funeral History
The mission of NMFH has been to educate and inform the general public as well as preserve the history of humanity’s final rite of passage since 1992. Death.
It is the largest collection of funeral artifacts in the United States, measuring 35,000 square feet.
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