A funeral house in Pontiac, Michigan has remaining the family members of Larry Tillman in disbelief following allegedly putting the wrong male in the casket for the duration of his burial. 

“We are all pretty sad, all extremely distraught,” Larry’s son, Spenser Tillman, advised FOX 2. “Every person realized that was not our father. Even as we had been strolling in, folks who understood him explained,  ‘Tell them to place your father in the casket because that is not your father.'”

“Just from the way that he seemed, there ended up facial attributes that he had that was not there,” Tillman extra.

A funeral residence in Pontiac, Michigan has left the household of Larry Tillman in disbelief just after allegedly placing the incorrect male in the casket all through his burial. 


The family members says they demanded answers from Lawrence E. Moon Funeral House about who was put in the casket. 

“We stored expressing, ‘This is not Larry Tillman. Is there some type of mixup?’” Spenser said. 

However, regardless of their uncertainties, the Tillman family members proceeded with the funeral and burial as prepared.

“With what we realized, and from what they were stating at the time, we proceeded as very best as we could,” he included. “No, we did not mourn, we did not cry, it was like residing in the ‘Twilight Zone.’ We did check out them lower the body into the ground.”

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Spenser, who life in Atlanta, Ga with his spouse and relatives, contacted Fox 2 in an exertion to discover solutions. A lawyer for Lawrence E. Moon Funeral Dwelling advised FOX 2 the allegations are “fake, malicious, and not correct.”

“We investigated the allegations and unquestionably not legitimate,” legal professional Loyst Fletcher explained.

Michigan’s Division of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA), which would serve as the investigative device for the incident, instructed FOX 2 that the funeral house has no prior disciplinary history but that there is an open investigation involved with its license. 

Michigan's Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs told FOX 2 that the funeral home has no prior disciplinary record but that there is an open investigation associated with its license. 

Michigan’s Office of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs explained to FOX 2 that the funeral residence has no prior disciplinary record but that there is an open up investigation connected with its license. 
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“It is not linked to the wrong overall body in the casket,” LARA additional. “We can’t remark more.”

The Tillman relatives advised FOX 2 they will not give up and are setting up to access out to an lawyer for aid.

“We just want to get responses, we want to get to the base of it,” Spenser stated. “But more importantly to locate out wherever my father is, the place the overall body is, and correctly bury him.”