Enhanced Gravemarker is a patented video tombstone invented
by Robert Barrows.
Now you will be able to go into a graveyard, click on a remote
control device, and listen to anything the person might have
wanted to say before they died.
The Video Enhanced Gravemarker will have a
tremendous impact on our society and the funerary industry.
Some of the impact it might have may be along the following
- The invention will change a major aspect
of civilization. Cemeteries will come alive with stories
told through video-tombstones.
- It will change the way we look at life
and death and it will even change the way history is told.
- When people start recording their own obituaries for playback
in video-tombstones, it will force them to examine their
lives in ways they may not have even considered before.
- It will also create two new industries:
1) Manufacturing video-tombstones
2) Producing videos for use in video-tombstones
COMPANIES THAT MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN MANUFACTURING
OR MARKETING THE VIDEO ENHANCED GRAVEMARKER SHOULD CONTACT
ROBERT BARROWS AT R.M. BARROWS, INC. AT 650-344-1951.
The video-tombstone will also create a whole
new genre of storytelling with incredible television and film
Along these lines,
I have also written a novel based on confessions told through
video tombstones. The novel is called “Cemetery
of Lies” and it is a collection of intimate secret confessions,
as told from beyond the grave, through video tombstones.
The stories are about life and love, sex
and romance, good and evil, success and money, truth and lies
and Heaven and Hell, with insights and advice about almost
every aspect of our lives.
AND AGENTS INTERESTED IN TAKING A LOOK AT THE MANUSCRIPT
FOR “CEMETERY OF LIES” SHOULD
CONTACT ROBERT BARROWS AT R.M. BARROWS, INC. AT 650-344-1951.
The book, and television and film stories based on it, will
help fuel the market for the video-tombstone, and the video
tombstone will help fuel the market for the book.
The video tombstone may also create tremendous controversy
and it will also raise some free speech issues, because how
can you control what somebody might say from “beyond
the grave,” and will it be truth or lies?
All of this curiosity and controversy is likely to generate
tremendous interest in both the video tombstone and projects
that use the video tombstone as a storytelling device.
Please give me a call
at 650-344-1951 if you would like any additional information
on the “Video Enhanced Gravemarker” or “Cemetery