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Dead Part-Time is an audio podcast which hopes to lighten the conversation surrounding death, the death care industry, and the people who dedicate their lives to serving the living by honoring the deceased. Hosts Joshua James Hand and Amanda Masse take your questions and pose them to experts from all areas of the death care industry from pathology to psychology. We hope to help you find comfort and understanding in some of life’s most difficult questions.

Dead Part-Time Joshua James Hand

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 7 Ratings

Dead Part-Time is an audio podcast which hopes to lighten the conversation surrounding death, the death care industry, and the people who dedicate their lives to serving the living by honoring the deceased. Hosts Joshua James Hand and Amanda Masse take your questions and pose them to experts from all areas of the death care industry from pathology to psychology. We hope to help you find comfort and understanding in some of life’s most difficult questions.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

adgs ,

Can't wait for more!

A brilliant concept made realityl! All of us have suffered the loss of a friend or loved one, or know of others who have. This literally puts to rest that natural curiosity or fear that we all have, be it personally and or scientifically, about the care and process of our loved ones after they die. From how to why they do it, you come away with such knowledge, comfort and appreciation for what these professionals do, and the level of professional detail, service and compassion needed. Fantastic podcast! I see a great future for this.

Tanner Campbell ,

Great concept. Looking forward to more!

Between your death and your burial - and even before and after those things - there are many questions most of us don't think about until we're faced with the loss of a loved one. A podcast aimed at helping to demistify it all is something the world needs.

Joeand220 ,

Interesting Concept

Very cool idea, after the 1st episode I’m excited to hear more. Joshua is very easy to listen to and seems wise beyond his years.

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