There is one eternal truth; we all have to die one day. When you die and you’re lowered into the grave, you can have an option to rest in coffins that let you take your favorite thing into the grave with you. Not literally carry something with you down there, but be able rest eternally in a coffin made to choice – in shape of things that you loved as a mortal. From bacon to guitar and from a hot rod to batmobile, whatever is your love, you can have a casket designed in its shape. Here are some of the wildest coffins ever made and you’d love to see.
If bacon drives you crazy, Seattle-based company J&D Foods believes you deserve to rest in it once the soul has left your body. The company famous for creating various bacon themed products has made this unique $3000 casket for bacon lovers. The casket’s made in steel and painted in bacon texture. It is fitted with an adjustable bed and mattress, so you enjoy comfort even long after you’re gone.
Obviously for all the rock and roll fans out there, the guitar coffin from Crazy Coffins in the UK is one heck of a creation. The coffin was made for a family of a teenager who choose to bury him in a guitar coffin, which was made just like a guitar that teenager loved to play.
Star-Trek themed casket
For millions of fans out there, Star-trek themed casket would surely seem the most innovative discovery in a period. Inspired by ‘Photon Torpedo’ from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan; this Star-Trek themed coffin calls a worthy fan to be buried in it, are you game?
Car-shaped cruising coffin
If you want to ride to your burial in a car that you could rest for eternity in, here the designers have a cruising casket – a car-shaped coffin with wheels. The wheels are functional and good to actually allow the casket to roll down the street. The company can customize casket in shape your favorite car.
A fitting customization to bid adieu to a wine connoisseur, the corkscrew coffin was made by Crazy Coffins from UK. The coffin was actually made for an Crazy Coffins exhibition at the City of Cork.
Hot rod coffin
Keeping her husband, avid hot-rod collector, James Calabrese’s wish to lie in a coffin with headers, wife Karen Calabrese ensured she has a hot rod inspired casket made for him. After passing away from a heart attack, James was buried in a coffin complete with V8 engine headers, some parts from his 1958 Chevy Biscayne and license plate, so he may not be booked in the other world.
Legendary Hollywood car customizer George Barris, noted for his batmobile featured in the 1966 Batman TV series is one of the lucky few who have had the honor of being buried in his own creation. The batmobile coffin was customized in Forest Lawn in Los Angeles.