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June 11, 2005

Bet They Weren't Even Kosher

When relatives of Vivian Shulman Lieberman went to visit her final resting place in a Houston mausoleum one year ago today, they discovered that the cedar chest containing her ashes was missing.

In its place, behind the locked, glass door of Lieberman's niche in Congregation Beth Israel's mausoleum, was a can of sour-cream-and-onion potato chips.
Via -=JeW*SCHooL=-

Since cremation is against Jewish law, could this be a sign of divine retribution?