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Bill Edgar, who has worked as a professional funeral crasher revealing secrets of the dead to their loved ones, has invested in four coffins for people to book on his Mount Tamborine property in the state’s south-east.
“They’re in a shipping container, it’s all lovely, decorated and done nicely,” Edgar told radio station 4BC.
“Some people who have stayed so far, they just want the coffins out in the paddock, which is fine, I can put them anywhere they want.”
Edgar said he has taken the locks off the coffins and added breathing holes.
“It’s up to them, they can have it closed or shut,” he said.
“They can’t suffocate in them and they can’t lock each other in them either.”
Edgar said he has road-tested the coffins for a fortnight to make sure they are ready for guests.
“Over the time, I just made sure that they’re comfy enough and they’re not dangerous or anything like that,” he said.
”I’ve got to say it’s a cathartic experience but I wouldn’t suggest you come and do it alone, it’s not for the faint of heart or those that fear.
“It’s good to enlist a couple of friends, have a wine and just enjoy.”