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Author: iHeartRadio & Grant Inman

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Homicide, suicide or natural causes. Everything becomes normal when you're working at a funeral home. This podcast follows the journal entries of Grant, a funeral director’s assistant; and his most shocking and unforgettable experiences picking up dead bodies for his family’s funeral home. This podcast contains content that may be inappropriate for some listeners.

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This is a very different episode of My Funeral Home Stories. Obviously, COVID-19 is on the top of everyone's mind so Grant wanted to talk to one of his friends that is still in the funeral industry to discuss how the Coronavirus is affecting funeral homes and directors. IF you're curious about the funeral industry's past, present and future, check out Brian's podcast, 'Undertaking The Podcast' wherever you listen to podcasts! This is NOT a typical funeral home story, get caught up on Seasons 1 + 2! SEASON THREE BEGINS 5/21/20! Thanks for listening. Follow Grant: @pomoandkitsch #FuneralHomes #Coronavirus #Covid-19 Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Any Questions?

Any Questions?

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Its the middle of season 3 already? WOW! Have a question about My Funeral Home Stories, MY LIFE or the funeral industry in general? Either send me a message on social media: @PomoandKitsch or text it to 910-557-2871*!! I will be answering these questions at the end of the season in a Post-Mortem Discussion episode. Thank you everyone for listening!! *standard data and msg rates apply to text messages. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Homicide, suicide or natural causes. Everything becomes normal when you're working at a funeral home. This podcast follows the journal entries of Grant, a funeral director’s assistant; and his most shocking and unforgettable experiences picking up dead bodies for his family’s funeral home. This podcast contains content that may be inappropriate for some listeners. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
A man stabs his family to death and then accidentally lights himself on fire in the basement. There are some things that you can’t UNsee, this man’s face is one of them. In this episode, Grant writes about one of the most horrifying crime scenes he ever responded to as a funeral director’s assistant. What was going through his mind? How much skin really peeled off that man’s arms? Listen and find out! If you enjoyed this entry, be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast, thanks for listening! Follow Grant on Social Media: @PomoAndKitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Grant’s phone rings after several drinks on his night off, It’s Andy from the funeral home, there are two men shot to death and frozen solid inside the police station and Andy's partner is M.I.A. Looks like Grant has to go!  Why are the bodies inside the police station? How many times were they shot? What’s frozen brain matter feel like? How bad does blood smell?  These questions don't matter when Grant almost kills Andy by accident with a very well concealed sawed-off shotgun frozen into a dead man’s hand!If you enjoyed this entry be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast, thanks for listening!Follow Grant on Social Media: @PomoAndKitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
In this episode, Grant writes about a date night that was ruined after he threw up on a badly decomposing man, who was being eaten by his cats.  YES, THIS ACTUALLY HAPPENED.If you enjoyed this entry be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast, thanks for listening!Follow Grant on Social Media: @PomoAndKitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Hotels are weird.  People do so many things in hotel rooms.  They eat, they sleep, they have sex and, occasionally, they die in absolutely horrific fashions…It happens more often than you might think.Grant writes about an average day at the office in today's entry.If you enjoyed this entry be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast, thanks for listening!Follow Grant on Social Media: @PomoAndKitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Some days at the funeral home are completely forgettable, other days you're told that a prominent foot doctor and his wife committed suicide in their office. Those days are a little harder to forget.In this entry, Grant writes about dealing with a numb mouth and a crazy ex-girlfriend while out on a death call.If you enjoyed this entry be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast, thanks for listening!Follow Grant on Social Media: @PomoAndKitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
People die every single day of the year which means the funeral home is open every single day of the year….even Christmas.In this entry, Grant writes about a life changing death call that happened one Christmas Eve.If you enjoyed this entry be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast, thanks for listening!Follow Grant on Social Media: @PomoAndKitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
In this episode, Grant is joined by journalist, Rob Hunter, to recap and discuss the first six episodes of My Funeral Home Stories.If you enjoy this podcast, please rate and review wherever you listen!My Funeral Home Stories will return this Fall!  Thank you for listening!Follow Grant on social media: @PomoandKitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
77 Times

77 Times

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Grant, an 8th grader helping out around his family’s funeral home, has a to give a presentation about the most interesting thing he did this summer. The only problem is, Grant didn’t do anything interesting….until this weekend.Imagine being 13 years old and having to move a dead body with a caved in face and 77 stabs wounds. Would YOU think it was a good idea to present it to your entire 8th grade class? Grant did.If you enjoyed this entry, be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast, thanks for listening! Follow Grant: @PomoAndKitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
My 700 Pound Dead Body

My 700 Pound Dead Body

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It's 5pm on a Friday and Grant couldn't be more excited to cut loose on his weekend off BUT his plans are quickly ruined by a 700 pound dead man and a couple of gas station sandwiches.If you enjoyed this entry, be sure to subscribe and rate the podcast, thanks for listening! Follow Grant: @PomoAndKitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
In this entry, Grant struggles to find the time or enthusiasm to study for difficult upcoming psychology final exam while also balancing his funeral home and partying schedules. It's hard to balance everything all the time especially when part of everything is picking up dead bodies from seedy gang run drug dens. If you enjoyed this entry, be sure to subscribe, rate and review OR you could tell a friend :) Thanks for listening. Follow Grant: @pomoandkitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Suicide O.T.J.

Suicide O.T.J.

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Every suicide is sad and strange but some are stranger than others. In this entry, Grant writes about a very unique police call he got one afternoon while 'assisting' Ned in a routine embalming. Grant is realizing that not every question has an answer in the funeral industry and his personal life may be falling apart because of it.This entry contains frank and honest thoughts about suicide. If you or anyone you know suffers from depression or has thought about suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit suicidepreventionlifeline.orgIf you enjoyed this episode be sure to subscribe, rate and review. Follow Grant on Social Media @PomoandKitsch Thanks for Listening! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Naked Dead Lovers

Naked Dead Lovers

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Grant partied a little too hard last night and isn’t sure he’s in the best condition to handle a hectic Saturday at the funeral home... Not to mention, he may have just seen a few text messages that could ruin his relationship. Sounds like a pretty rough day.Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this episode be sure to subscribe, rate and review. Follow Grant on social media @PomoandKitsch ! Be sure to tell a friend! :) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Grant is joined by Rob Hunter for a very raw and open discussion about the first and second seasons of My Funeral Home Stories. Special thanks to Rob Hunter for preparing so diligently and a VERY special thank you to the listeners who sent questions! If you enjoy this podcast, please rate and review wherever you listen AND tell a friend! Follow Grant on Instagram/Twitter: @PomoandKitsch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Season 3 Trailer

Season 3 Trailer

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Season 3 of My Funeral Home Stories starts May 21st, 2020....See you soon. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Season Three of My Funeral Home Stories starts May 21st on the IHeart Radio App, Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts !!! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Grant’s Independence Day Nap was interrupted by his noisy neighbors AND a 73 year old woman, who’s head was just blown open by an antique canon. Grant’s realizing that you don’t really get days off when you work in a funeral home. If you enjoy the podcast please rate, review and tell a friend about My Funeral Home Stories. Follow Grant on social media: @PomoandKitsch ! Thanks for listening! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Grant's been having a very difficult time managing his personal life since things have been so busy at the funeral home lately. Between all the bodies and extra hours working, Grant barely has time for his girlfriend, Mary. Things have been tense but they're about to go nuclear! Find out what happens next week in Part 2 of The Blood-Borne Pathogen Lacrosse Chronicle. If you enjoy this podcast, please rate and review wherever you listen and follow Grant on social media: @pomoandkitsch! Thank you for listening! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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Comments (30)

lauramp317

just post the whole season

Jul 8th
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April

Fascinating look inside the funeral business. more fascinating is the look inside a young man's mind who works in the funeral business. The toxic masculinity is there as expected but so is the obvious mental health issues and immaturity. I just hope he got help as he got older.

Jun 19th
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April

😁

Jun 9th
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David Wilkins

I really like this show. I've worked at a funeral home and this guy gets it. Interesting well written, complex and realistic. I'm looking forward to new episodes.

May 25th
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Gail B

Dude, not appealing to not loaded older people who do the job. you got sooooo many good points and war stories.

May 13th
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Jamie Longo

these are SO trippy. I can only listen to so many at a time.

May 13th
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JJ R.

Where the hell are the podcasts? You advertised and now nothing

May 9th
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starrisa reyna

Really hope you upload more content!

Mar 25th
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Samantha Ybarra

Feening for season 3 !!!

Mar 19th
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Kammy Greer

season 3. 5.21.20 cant wait !😄

Mar 17th
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Chris Rice

this podcast rocks its interesting to listen to this and hear what happens in funeral homes thank you grant

Feb 25th
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Chris Rice

I love this podcast I hope they do more than 6 season's

Feb 25th
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Vangie Lutz

Hi! thank you for your stories, they are my treat to listen to after a day working at the funeral home

Jan 22nd
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Leslie Roberts

love this podcast

Nov 4th
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Steve Harrison

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Nov 1st
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Alexia Tomlinson

Best story thus far!

Oct 30th
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Emma Blanchard

I love the stories and they way he tells them. Deffinately gets and keeps your attention.

Oct 21st
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Alyce Chapman

I've missed these so much. Please bring out more, more often! Your tone of voice is 👌 and I love the content of the stories.

Oct 2nd
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Kevin North

I'm hooked! You're honestly and humor are fantastic. Please keep them coming!!

Sep 28th
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lauramp317

I could listen to your voice all day

Sep 26th
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