Got a dying wish or message you would like to send to friends or family? Got something to say and scared you won’t get the chance? Well, now you can send an email from the grave. In London, people who feel the need to chat to their loved ones from the grave can now do so.
By using a new e-mail service that allows up to 100 messages to be sent after your death, you can send personal notes written before hand to people in the future.
The Last Messages Club e-mail service was launched on Tuesday and organisers of The Last Messages Club insist their idea is in no way horrid but rather, eases the anxiety and trauma coupled with the death.
The emails can be final love letters, a list of instructions, guidance for someone left behind, details on life insurance or any other information you feel needs knowing after death. This service allows you to store photos, videos and other attachments. Important documents such as wills and insurance details can also be accessed through the site.
A member can write up to 100 e-mails that can be sent once they die at times of their choosing. This makes me think of the movie P.S. I Love You (sniff, sniff, tear). The movie revolves around quite the same concept just via the post office.
Geoff Reiss, founder of The Last Messages Club, says “it’s much better to be fully prepared, so that there is less stress on your loved ones after you pass away.” This innovation could be a step closer to immortality – even if it is only an email saying ‘bye’.