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Crestone End of Life Project in Crestone, Colorado

Cremation and traditional burial remain the two most common ways of disposition that Americans choose for the deceased. But the mountain town of Crestone, Colorado, brings something new to the table: open-air cremations. The Crestone End of Life Project (CEOLP) is the only place in the United States that offers a non-sectarian, community-driven ceremony where your body can be cremated outdoors in a fiery pyre.
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