Author: James Hunt
This is a blank paperback journal in the style of the Handbook for the Recently Deceased from Tim Burton's "Beetle Juice" (1988). You can fill it with your absurd thoughts, but no matter what you write, it'll probably read like stereo instructions.
Author: Replica Books
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
This book is a replica of the original Handbook for the Recently Deceased as seen in the 1988 film Beetlejuice. The cover and the first few pages of this book have been painstakingly recreated using a genuine prop which was used for filming as a reference. There were several identical Handbook props made for the film, all of which were created using a psychology textbook as a template. Since no actual content exists for the body of the rest of these pages, the remainder of this book has been cleared for you to use as a journal or sketchbook should you wish. This book consists of 200 lined pages on a cream background with title headers and numbers on each page. Perfect for any Tim Burton or 80's movie fan.
Author: Claude Needham
Publisher: Gateways Books & Tapes
Covers such topics as etiquette during one's own funeral, fun games to play when you are dead, how to tell where you are, how to put up with eternity, and much more.
Author: Replica Books
This is an exact replica of the original Living and the Dead magazine as seen at the end of th 1988 movie Beetlejuice. Unlike the one used for filming this has been perfectly bound, the cover and the first several pages of this book have been carefully recreated using a genuine prop which was used for filming as a reference. Since no actual content exists for the body of the rest of these pages, the remainder of this book has been cleared for you to use as a journal or sketchbook should you wish. To recreate this the book, it consists of just 34 pages on a white background with footers and numbers on each page. Perfect for any Tim Burton or 80's movie fan.
Author: Tony Stubbs
Publisher: Dandelion Enterprises
Inspired by the movie "Beetlejuice," this resource reveals what can be expected when one crosses over and arrives on the Soul Plane. In an irreverent and humorous style, Stubbs takes a lighthearted look at how a person should prepare for the afterlife.
Author: Ed Russo
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
A humorous spiritual guide Book of the Dead that is for the spirits that have recently died. Living folks can also learn something too. explore everything about the different astral realms that exist. learn what is astral sex, how to scare living folks, and how to achieve immortality by body hopping and much much more.
Author: Recently Press
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Author: David Staume
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
Who isn't curious to know what life is like after we die? In this humorous yet thought-provoking glimpse into other realms, David Staume asks you to open your mind and leave your body behind as he takes you on a tour of the afterlife. Find out everything you need to know about the astral realm: how to get around, what's going on, and who and what you might bump into on your travels. Explore the big questions regarding the whys and wherefores of existence: Is there a hell? What about reincarnation? Who am I? Who is God? The Beginners Guide for the Recently Deceased also offers practical tips on how to use your new understanding to make life better on the physical plane.
Author: Hannah Beckerman
A debut novel for fans of The Lovely Bones: "An intriguing tale of love after death and an insightful look at the bereavement process." —Kirkus Reviews “Today is my death anniversary. A year ago today I was still alive." Rachel, Max, and their daughter Ellie had the perfect life—until the night Rachel’s heart stopped beating. She was thirty-six. Just as her family can’t forget her, Rachel can’t quite let go of them either. As Max and Ellie work through their grief, Rachel struggles, too—with bemusement, anger, sadness, and regret—to come to terms with her death. Caught in a place between worlds, with a family just within reach but so far away, Rachel watches as her husband, her daughter, and her own mother move from denial to acceptance. As time passes, as they settle back into their routines, and begin to smile again, Rachel fears that she’s fading from their lives… This literary debut about remembrance—and becoming a memory—is “beautifully written and full of love” (Fern Britton).
Author: Daniel Quinn, Tom Whalen
A collection of uncommon wisdom, uncanny perceptions, and unexpected humor purports to be a handbook for the recently deceased
Author: Recently Deceased Press
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Author: Ashley Blom
Publisher: Quirk Books
Learn the answers to modern food and etiquette questions with this beautifully illustrated guide. For adventurous foodies everywhere, How to Eat a Lobster is the perfect handbook for handling every tricky dining situation you can imagine (and a few you can’t) with grace, style, and minimal splatter. With easy-to-follow instructions and helpful illustrations, you’ll learn the answers to 50 food-related questions you’ve been afraid to ask. (What do you do when crawfish arrive? Twist and snap off the head. Peel the tail and pull out the meat. Then suck the juices from the head. Seriously: you’re supposed to!) Equal parts cheat sheet and cheerleader, How to Eat a Lobster not only shows you how to open a coconut—it shows that you can! Topics include: How to Eat Crawfish How to Eat Raw Oysters How to Eat Escargots How to Open a Coconut How to Slice a Mango How to Use Chopsticks How to Hold a Wineglass How to Use Bread as a Utensil How to Eat Sushi How to Recover from a Tongue Burn And more!
Author: E. Peeren
What does it mean to live as a ghost? Exploring spectrality as a metaphor in the contemporary British and American cultural imagination, Peeren proposes that certain subjects – migrants, servants, mediums and missing persons – are perceived as living ghosts and examines how this figuration can signify both dispossession and empowerment or agency.