Have the bodies of Maurice and Katia Krafft who were killed by Mt Unzen been recovered and if so where are they buried?
I do not think this is correct. The reason is that the pyroclastic flow separated into two parts an upper, less dense, less hot section and a lower, denser, hotter section. The lower, hotter part followed the valley bottom and bypassed them which is what they expected the entire pyroclastic flow to do. The upper part was still lethally hot but was, I believe, around 400 F. This part separated from the lower part and veered upslope - killing the Kraffts, Glicken, and the journalists. I have not personally verified this but I believe that their bodies were found and that they were recognizable and that they embraced each other when they know the end was near. I do not know where they are buried.
Yes they have been found here is the newspaper for the LA Times.
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Remember, some of us are cremated. Even bodies that are buried will eventually rot away and turn back into the soil, with nothing left of the person who was once buried. Some die of misadventure and their bodies are never recovered. Some believe there will be a resurrection at the "end of time", but many do not. Either way, our bodies do not last forever.
The allies moved the bodies to gravesites after they were identified. If they could not be identifed they went into graves for unknown soldiers. Even body parts were identified and buried. Some could not be recovered because bombs incinerated them. The Germans were not so civil nor were the Japanese. Many bodies were just dumped in large mass graves or incinerated. When they had to clear bodies out of bombed buildings they carefully sorted through…
The last survivor of the sinking of Titanic, Millvina Dean, died in 2009. As for where they are now- those whose bodies were recovered mostly were buried in Halifax, 209 to be exact. 119 were buried at sea, and those who continued to live were buried or scattered mostly in places of their choice (including about 30 in the New York City area).
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It is not very likely but we can never know because her body was never recovered. Her body - which was partially but not totally burnt - was recovered by Russian soldiers who stormed the Fuhrerbunker after most of the Nazis had fled. They buried the partially burned remains of her and Hitler in Brandenburg, Germany. If they ever did perform an examination of the bodies, they're still keeping tight lipped about it.
Egyptians believed in the after life so they would mummify bodies to prepare/preserve them for the afterlife. The bodies that were buried in pyramids were usually people of significance, they were buried with jewelry, clothes, money, furniture, and anything else that the Egyptians belived would help that person in the afterlife.
Some were and some were put into huge trenches with lime poured over them and then buried. The lime killed any diseases that the bodies may have been carrying and lowered the odor. Actually- the bodies that were buried would have to be dug up by the remaining Jews and thrown into deep ditches . the bodies were then burnt includuing the little girl in red.
His exact burial spot is not known. He is thought to be buried somewhere near Notre-Dame de Québec Cathedral in Québec City. The original church where he was buried burned to the ground in 1640. The church was rebuilt but it seems the original grave markers were not recovered so it's a mystery where he is actually buried.