Stanley Lowell, the proprietor of a local funeral home and mortuary, presents himself as a sympathetic and caring man. In kindness, he always works within his client's budget to help them through their grief in such a time of need. Yet, the patrons do not suspect that Stanley's goodwill falls away when the last flower is thrown on the grave. Once the sun has dipped past the horizon Stanley and his lackeys exhume the recently buried to re-sell their casket and dispose of the bodies contained therein. After years of maintaining his successful ruse, Stanley becomes haunted by the visions of his past misdeeds.
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