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Whitney in Coffin Headlines National Enquirer


People just cannot get enough of Whitney Houston.

And, because the cemetery where Whitney Houston was laid to rest has been closed to the public indefinitely, pictures are the next best thing.

True enough, a picture of Whitney’s body in her open casket, dressed in her favorite purple dress and gold shoes and draped in what is reportedly $500,000 worth of jewelry was splashed across the National Enquirer’s front page.

The person who took and sold (?) the photo to the newspaper is believed to be a family member or a close family friend because the picture was reportedly taken during the family’s private viewing at Wigham Funeral Home in Newark, N.J., on Friday.

Whoever that person was is now receiving rebuke, reproach and admonition from popular social network, Twitter. Someone even likened the act to a person who has already sold his (or her) soul to the devil.

Whitney, 48, was found dead in the bathtub of her Beverly Hills hotel room on February 11. She is said to have called her mother Cissy, hours before tragedy struck. Reports say it was her worried hairdresser who forced open the bathroom door when Whitney did not come out after more than an hour.

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  1. John says:

    she looked good, what’s all the fuss…?


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