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Hello Guest , thank you for your note , I am terrible sorry that this gentleman did not make it home , my heat goes out to each and everyone that has ever been affected by war , everyone suffers so much , pray that one day there will never be another war , yes by all means please feel free to use any photo you wish to , if you would like to have the original photo #4 please let me know I would be happy to send it to you , please e mail me at GregoryRSullivan@GMail.com thank you again for your comment .
Thanks so much for posting Grandma''s War Album. I was born and raised in Mount Dennis. I am requesting permission to use photo #4 from the album. Sadly, he never made it home.
I like your site. It is great! Keep up the good work. I have bookmarked your homepage, it's great and full of infos.
Hello everyone out there in the world.
Thank you very much for all your comments.
They are much appreciated!
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Thank you so much for allowing me(and others) to peruse your wonderful collection. I'm exceptionally fond of the post-mortem photos. Very fascinating.
Thoroughly enjoyed your photos!
Thoroughly enjoyed your photos!
Hey Gregory... cant sleep so I decided to look at your pictures . Your tatoos are amazing. Trish
Thank you everyone for your comments!
Please keep them coming and if you have any suggestions please let me know .
I love your new album.
this was very interisting and dont forget it was amzing to see some excellent art work
I ran into your site after checking out Luc Sante's, Evidence: Crime Scene Photographs 1914-1918 NYC, which you probably already seen. I found your images an incredible recognition of history past and present and love the fact that you collect this memorabilia always facinating. Thanks!
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It was a pleasure looking at your work! All of the photos have so much to say! They are simply "BEAUTIFUL" Thank you again for sharing them with us! It's really good when we appreciate our past, present and of course our future! Hope to see of it!
Thank you for your note and the pleasure of viewing your work, very creative and beautiful.
dear Gregory, Hare Krishna, I will try to answer your questions you left under my picture,
Usually if devotee dies in company of other devotees - kirtan is done, reading of Srimad Bhagavatam or Chaitanya Charitamrita. In this photo Bhakti Madhava Vishrambha Swami is reading about Lord Chaitanya's pastimes from Chaitanya Charitamrita to Nirguna Prabhu, who is about to leave his body.
Bhagavad Gita sais that what is one's consciousness at the moment of death one will attain next existance accordingly.This is why it is so important to think of Krishna at the moment of leaving this body.
Ghosts are real, it is a form of existance one gets for various reasons, mainly due to excessive attachement and not willing to let go and move on to the next destination. Also premature deaths quite often leave person in ghostly body untill the end of natural life. (that's why it is not good to kill anybody, for what we do to others will be done to us and it is very much suffering position to end up as a ghost)
I have no idea about leagal things regarding death in Canada, I can sugest that if you feel that it may happen to you soon - come to India, but if it is not possible, then simply try to concentrate on chanting maha-mantra:
Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare
Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare
and don't worry about anything else. Most important is to take care of your consciousness, not the body.
I too have a fascination with post mortem photos. I grew up in Cleveland in a very Polish/Italian area where as a young child, praying at the wake, and spending hours there, and the actual funeral was not uncommon. It never was haunting or odd to me...but I never really saw the devastation that illness had on the very young in the late 1800's and early 1900's until I started viewing photo archives. Thank you for the great photos to share.
hi handsome. love your web page. from frantic fran
Howdy Greg... Just wanted to let you know that I added your website into "my favorites." Now you're going to keep me busy from now until eternity with all the interesting photos, links, and information on your website. Thanx! =)
hi uncle greg
this is such a great collection of photos
that you have
i think ive looked at everything now
but ill definately give some things more attention
there are some really interesting pictures here :)
Hi....very nice that someone is finally saving history, I worked at Bates and Dodds for 5 yrs from 1990-1995, I remember that letter from the mayor of Toronto for the Noronic, again, thanks for taking the time to capture Toronto's history
This is an awesome collection of photos!!
Excellent. Awesome. FABULOUS. And to think I knew you when.
i think i could spend days looking at all of your images and looking for those minute details of one's subconscious mind that always float about us in the back & foregrounds. and then i could just point and laugh and the silly bellbottom jeans youre wearing. j/k
talk to you soon!
Jeffrey Lewis Knapp
Looks good. It is like magic !!
Jeff in Mesa Arizona
great pics,it sure looks like you had a great time in Paris
The pictures in your galleries were inspirational.
This is great work loved immensely!
hello newfound cousin
this site of yours is probably one of the most interesting sites i have ever seen
i love it so much, your artwork is so amazing. and the photos you have found are formidable! i am glad to have found out about you :)
Nice collection of photos! Very interesting stuff!
Hi Greg, Have visited your site a number of times over the past 6 months. I always enjoy it. Very beautiful work. I'm an artist as well, & have been making altars for years. Wish I were closer. Sometime I hope to send you a more detailed note with some pics attached. Thanks for a very beautiful, insightful & rewarding site. Be well. Gary
Cool site. I love your galleries. I used to have a book of postmortem pics that I let somebody borrow an never got it back. I used to be a funeral director, so anything about death and the different traditions surrounding it interests me.
Have A Great Day!
Tim (Washington DC)
Excellent site. I love all the photos. firstname.lastname@example.org bye.
Wonderful webpage and galleries. You have a wonderful eye for the unique and beautiful! Thank you for sharing. Cheers - Winnipagan
i am so blown away by your website.
you have put so much time and effort into the presentation not to mention the fantastic glorious work. i am truly speechless.
i am constantly amazed by you!
Thanks for the swing'n evening "out and about" form art gallery soiree 2 club Element. I had a great time thanks 4 da pics!!
U da man. Cheers
Dear Greg, i was only able to view a small portion of your collection as my computer is very old but what i did see
was very interesting. The picture of the baby... is she dead?. i know they used to take pictures of the dead all
dressed up before burying them and i was wondering if this was the case. Talk to you soon.