Florida Funeral Home Worker Found Dead After Being Accused Of Sexually Abusing Corpse

A Florida funeral home worker was recently found dead amid accusations of being a necrophiliac — which refers to a person who is sexually excited or attracted to dead bodies — and sexually abusing a corpse.

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Florida Funeral Home Worker Found Dead After Being Accused Of Sexually Abusing Corpse 

The deceased male worker (and suspect) was an employee at the Oak Lawn Funeral Home in Pensacola, Florida, and was accused of sexually abusing a corpse.

At this time, the name of the deceased worker and the name of the deceased victim have not yet been released.  On Tuesday morning (January 17), officials with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office were alerted to the initial accused incident.

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A second employee had called the authorities after walking in on the suspect “actively engaging in sexual activity with a corpse.” By the time officers had arrived to the funeral home, the suspect had already fled the property.

Some time later that morning, officials with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office had then received an alert of a possible dead body lying near the intersection of North Blue Angel Parkway and Alekai Drive.

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The location sits on the western outskirts in the city of Pensacola, which is also about a 10 minute drive from the Oak Lawn Funeral Home.

Upon police arrival to the intersection, they found the suspect lying dead next to a vehicle, with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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A statement has since been released by the Oak Lawn Funeral Home. It read, “Out of respect for the privacy and confidentiality of the families…and the privacy of our associates, we are not in a position to comment on this matter. We will continue to fully cooperate with the sheriff’s office on any investigation.”

Meanwhile, Tim Brown, a customer who was finalizing the burial details for his father, spoke with local news about the story.

He said, “That it wild. I can’t believe that. It does give me second thoughts, but I think he’s already been cremated so I think he’s safe. It is disturbing; I’m glad it wasn’t my mom that was here.”

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According to the National Funeral Directors Association, as of April 2022, there are over 18,000 funeral homes across the U.S., and reported cases of employees sexually abusing dead bodies are pretty rare.

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