Thursday, May 3, 2012

Whitney Houston concrete

Whitney Houston concrete

Whitney Houston concrete, Houston to be 'encased' in concrete, The family of late singer Whitney Houston are reportedly planning to place her coffin in cement in order to protect it . Houston  was laid to rest in February and reportedly dressed in expensive jewelry  Her family hired 24-hour security around her grave site, but is reportedly looking into other ways to keep it safe That's what some insiders are saying, claiming that Cissy can't continue to pay guards to keep people from digging up Whitney Houston's body to get some of the diamonds she was buried with. According to a source, "Cissy can't afford to keep paying guards forever. A concrete encasement is the only answer."

A burial expert at Hollywood Forever, which houses the remains of a number of celebrities, believes encasing Whitney in concrete is a "sensible move."

They said: "It makes robbery virtually impossible. It would take a long time to get through, even with a pneumatic drill."
Whitney Houston’s relatives are planning to encase her body in concrete to stop people stealing the £500 000 (R6.3 million) worth of jewellery she is buried with.

At the moment the legendary singer’s grave is under 24-hour guard at Fairview cemetery in New Jersey, but it is thought her mother Cissy, 78, can’t afford the security.

Houston was buried with a diamond brooch and earrings next to the body of her father John Russell Houston jr.

A close family source is quoted by the Daily Star newspaper as saying: “Cissy can’t afford to keep paying guards forever. A concrete encasement is the only answer.”

A burial expert at Hollywood Forever, which houses the remains of a number of celebrities, believes encasing Houston in concrete is a “sensible move”.

They said: “It makes robbery virtually impossible. It would take a long time to get through, even with a pneumatic drill.”

Cissy has met a number of New York publishers about writing a book, and she could reach a seven-figure deal. – Daily Mail
According to the British tabloids Whitney Houston's family will encase her body in concrete so that grave robbers don't try and get the $800,000 in jewels that she was buried with. They can't afford 24- hr security!
Whitney Houston’s relatives are planning to encase her body in concrete to stop people stealing the £500,000 worth of jewellery she is buried with.
At the moment the legendary singer’s grave is under 24-hour guard at Fairview Cemetery in New Jersey but it is thought her mother Cissy can’t afford to keep up the security.
Whitney was buried with a diamond brooch and earrings next to the body of her father John Russell Houston Jr. – who died in 2003 – in February.
A close family source is quoted by the Daily Star newspaper as saying: ‘Cissy can’t afford to keep paying guards forever. A concrete encasement is the only answer.’
A burial expert at Hollywood Forever, which houses the remains of a number of celebrities, believes encasing Whitney in concrete is a ‘sensible move’.
They said: ‘It makes robbery virtually impossible. It would take a long time to get through, even with a pneumatic drill.’
Cissy Houston, 78, has also announced she wants to set the record straight about her daughter – who was found dead in a bath tub at the Beverly Hilton hotel in February aged 48 – and she has vowed to write a book publishing both the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ times in the ‘I Will Always Love You’ hitmaker’s life.
She is quoted by the New York Times as saying: ‘I want to stop the lies, It’s going to be the bad. It’s going to be the good.’
Cissy has met a number of New York publishers about the tome, and she could reach a seven-figure deal depending on what she reveals about Whitney’s drug issues and previous marriage to Bobby Brown.


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