The couple discovered the unlikely medium of her purchase after searching the name found on a stamp at the bottom of her thrift store find
Some people might be disturbed by the fact that thrift stores are filled with objects once owned by people now deceased. But how would those people feel if they knew the actual remains of the dead were available for purchase as well?
Don't worry, this isn't a new trend hitting thrift stores everywhere. It's just the beginnings of a truly bizarre scenario, starring Utah resident Jennifer Peterson. The unsuspecting shopper recently bought a $3 blown glass piece at a Utah thrift outlet only to find out later that the work of art was manufactured from cremated human remains, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
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