c_id=1&objectid=11954859) New Zealand Herald , the motorist, who didn't want to be named, believed that there was a body on the gurney because it made a loud noise when it fell off the hearse
The vehicle, presented to Ninebanks in 1856 by Isaac, was stored in a hearse
house, and was in use until the 1930s.
The colourful hearse
will be unveiled at the Brighton Pride festival on Saturday.
Early Saturday evening, agents working near the immigration checkpoint noticed a white hearse
traveling south towards Tombstone.
But some admitted seeing the body being retrieved from the mausoleum, before it was loaded onto a hearse
and flown to Taguig on an Air Force helicopter.
The man, Politis reported, was transported not in a coffin, but wrapped in hospital sheets, and his son had to place his dead father in the hearse
With the hearse
, we bought it on a Tuesday afternoon and we'd sold it by the Wednesday morning.
As the long line of black limousines went by, fans chanted like spectators at one of his fights, stood on cars, held up smartphones and signs, tossed flowers on to the bonnet of the hearse
, and reached out to touch it.
We've also conducted funerals using a lorry, motorcycle hearse
, tandem bicycle, milk float, bus, quad bike, tractor and trailer, ambulance, a converted steam train, a fire engine, and many more.
BIRDS of a Feather maneater Dorien Green puts the fun into funeral as she romps with a silver fox mobster played by Martin Kemp - in a horse-drawn hearse
in Wrexham, Man United and Welsh colours AVID Wrexham AFC fans can bow out in style - by making their final journey in a red hearse
emblazoned with the club badge.
is built on a Chevy truck suspension and is roughly 22 feet long, 6 feet tall and weighs about 6,000 pounds.