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Bill Edgar (photo) started the company last year when he was hired by an older man who was terminally ill.

A private detective now earns his living as & # 39; Coffin Confessor & # 39; – funeral funeral at the request of the dead to share on their behalf what they could not get from their breasts while they were alive.

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Bill Edgar, from the Gold Coast, started the world first last year when he was hired as a private detective by an elderly man who was terminally ill.

When he was on his deathbed, the 79-year-old had one last request to Mr. Edgar to interrupt his own funeral.

The dying man handed him a sealed envelope with instructions in what to say when the & # 39; best friend & # 39; of the man began his praise, the Gold Coast Bulletin reported.

Bill Edgar (photo) started the company last year when he was hired by an older man who was terminally ill.

Bill Edgar (photo) started the company last year when he was hired by an older man who was terminally ill.

Edgar crashed the funeral of an older man, who asked him to read a letter aimed at his & # 39; best friend & # 39 ;, saying he knew he was trying to get sex with his wife and other mourners told & # 39; f ** k off & # 39; (stock image)

Edgar crashed the funeral of an older man, who asked him to read a letter aimed at his & # 39; best friend & # 39 ;, saying he knew he was trying to get sex with his wife and other mourners told & # 39; f ** k off & # 39; (stock image)

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Edgar crashed the funeral of an older man, who asked him to read a letter aimed at his & # 39; best friend & # 39 ;, saying he knew he was trying to get sex with his wife and other mourners told & # 39; f ** k off & # 39; (stock image)

Edgar said he & # 39; scared & # 39; was at the prospect of disturbing dozens of mourners, but followed the man's request.

He entered the service and began reading a list of names.

& # 39; Can you please get up – can you turn f ** k off? I haven't seen you in 30 years. Why are you here? F ** k u, & # 39; read Mr. Edgar from the note.

He then glanced at the dead man's best friend.

& # 39; I know you tried to fuck my wife. To my wife, I love you more than anything and you have not done what my partner has tried to help you. I always think of you, & Mr. 39 read the letter.

Edgar said there were 88 people at the funeral, but more than half of them left – afraid they would also fall victim to the wrath of the deceased.

Despite the fact that the job is unpleasant and uncomfortable, Mr. Edgar (photo) deserves a good sandwich - he asks a few thousand dollars per funeral
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Despite the fact that the job is unpleasant and uncomfortable, Mr. Edgar (photo) deserves a good sandwich - he asks a few thousand dollars per funeral

Despite the fact that the job is unpleasant and uncomfortable, Mr. Edgar (photo) deserves a good sandwich – he asks a few thousand dollars per funeral

& # 39; The first one, I saw it in a way that was loving and vengeful, but also confessed a few sins he had. He didn't want to take them to the grave, & said Mr. Edgar.

This was just the first of many & # 39; coffin streams & # 39; for Mr. Edgar, who has filled seven jobs since Melbourne, Brisbane and New South Wales.

He said the majority of his cases involve the deceased revealing their own infidelities infidelity – and some even uncovered minor crimes such as theft.

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While the company's focus is on venting the dirty laundry of people, Mr. Edgar warns his customers that he will make confessions about more serious crimes with the police.

Despite the fact that the job is unpleasant and uncomfortable, Mr. Edgar deserves a good life – he demands several thousand dollars per funeral, depending on the circumstances.

But the messages that Mr. Edgar shares are not always of revenge and resentment.

Once a month he sends a letter to a man who tells him that his wife loves him and will never forget him, at the request of the dead woman.

& # 39; This is until the 12th month, which is the last one. Part of it will say, "Never forget me, because I will never forget you." Part of this is just as beautiful. & # 39;

In the last 18 months, Mr. Edgar (photo) has seven & # 39; coffin confessor & # 39; jobs fulfilled in Victoria, NSW and Queensland
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In the last 18 months, Mr. Edgar (photo) has seven & # 39; coffin confessor & # 39; jobs fulfilled in Victoria, NSW and Queensland

In the last 18 months, Mr. Edgar (photo) has seven & # 39; coffin confessor & # 39; jobs fulfilled in Victoria, NSW and Queensland

The woman instructed Mr. Edgar to send the letters from a post office in the north of the NSW, in a small town that the couple both loved to visit.

Mr. Edgar said the woman wanted the letters to be heartwarming instead of morbid, and said the twelfth and final letter is that she is saying goodbye to her husband.

It is not surprising that the & # 39; Coffin Confessor & # 39; Mr Edgar's company page describes his work as & # 39; confronting and controversial & # 39 ;.

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& # 39; Engaged by those who knock at the door of death, Mr. Edgar must interrupt their funeral services without worry or concern for anyone other than his client & quot ;, is the description.

Mr. Edgar's website says he can demand that grieving people be removed from funerals and even go to his clients' homes to get rid of things they don't want with family or friends (stock)

Mr. Edgar's website says he can demand that grieving people be removed from funerals and even go to his clients' homes to get rid of things they don't want with family or friends (stock)

Mr. Edgar's website says he can demand that grieving people be removed from funerals and even go to his clients' homes to get rid of things they don't want with family or friends (stock)

& # 39; He lets his client's loved ones know how much they love him and who they love to hate F ** k. & # 39;

It goes on to say that Mr. Edgar is able to keep the sins of people and & # 39; dirty little secrets & # 39; to confess from behind the grave.

It says that Mr. Edgar can demand that mourning people be removed from funerals and even go to his customers' homes to get rid of things they don't want family or friends to find.

& # 39; Just like him, or loathes him, don't forget The Coffin Confessor. Every person on this planet has a skeleton in the closet. What is yours? & # 39; the description ends in a mysterious tone.

Edgar warns his clients that he is going to make confessions about more serious crimes with the police

Edgar warns his clients that he is going to make confessions about more serious crimes with the police

Edgar warns his clients that he is going to make confessions about more serious crimes with the police

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