11 The Final Journey of Muscovites

The Final Journey of Muscovites

The pictures below were made in a Moscow morgue that accepts corpses of old people who died a natural death. The morgue is related to a couple of districts only, that’s why it accepts zero-several bodies a day.

So, let us follow the true last path of a person. It all starts with death that can occur at home or in a hospital. Condition of the corpse that is taken to a mortuary will be determined by the fact how fast it was discovered by relatives or other people.

Then an ambulance and the police are called. The doctor states the fact of death and the body is taken to the mortuary. If a person dies in a hospital, no police are usually invited.


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11 Responses to “The Final Journey of Muscovites”

  1. joeyjoe says:

    let’s cross our toes! harrrr!

  2. geoff says:

    Death is the real stalker, it follows us. We should be prepared to meet it.

    R I P with love from geoff

  3. zlikovatz says:

    How about showing some respect to the dead! Really no need to put picture of them naked with plastic bags on their head…or even pictures of them at all!

    • Matlok says:

      Interesting post but I agree with zlikovatz, Show a little respect, that was someones mum or granny! If some U.S. Marines were any where in the picture, there would have been all kinds of screaming from the masses!

  4. Freddy Freire says:


  5. George Johnson says:

    What’s wrong with that persons foot(feet)??

    This business of burying people is creepy/weird. It’s not like you’re gonna use that old decaying body again.

  6. Laura says:

    Very nice set of photos!

  7. DougW says:

    I like cat sitting on coffin. “Hey, little privacy please!”

  8. (r)evolutionist says:

    Wonder if the paramedics like Death Metal?

  9. bigdoins says:

    The last photo of the feet belong to a woman. The disfigured toe is a result of wearing restrictive footwear eg. High heel shoes with pointy fronts.
    I have met older ladies with this problem, ask any woman born before 1942.

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