Luke Perry Was Buried in a Suit Made of Mushrooms: Here’s Why
Even in death, Luke Perry seems to be an especially decent human being — according to his daughter, he chose to spend the afterlife in a suit made of mushrooms, all to help save the earth.
Perry, who died after a massive stroke in March, was buried in a "biomix" collection of clothing, Sophie Perry confirmed on Instagram, noting that her father aimed to be a sustainable part of the earth as one of his final requests.
"My dad discovered it, and was more excited by this than I have ever seen him," she wrote. "He was buried in this suit, one of his final wishes. They are truly a beautiful thing for this beautiful planet, and I want to share it with all of you."
According to its Coeio.com, the site Sophie pointed to, Luke's suit was made out of "biomix," which is comprised of different, natural substances — including mushrooms — that help the body to easily decompose and return to the earth without disruption.
"The end result of being buried in the Infinity Burial Suit, or any of Coeio's products, is that bodies are transformed into vital nutrients that enrich the earth and foster new life," the site reads.