Duane “Dog” Chapman begins about the last conversation with Beth Chapman, his late wife.
In an interview at his home in Colorado with the 66-year-old Most Wanted star Dog and spoke about Beth’s willingness to be cremated before she died. Beth died after a cancer fight on June 26 at the age of 51.
Beth’s body is cremated and her ashes have been put into a pink box, and Duane shows the discussion she had with her remains about what she wished to do.
Well, in my life I never did ash, Duane says in the interview. And then, she wants me to do it. She wants to put it in the fire-place, guesses, put it on fire or something. And then, this is the most morbid thing. When I was a little boy, you couldn’t burn every Christian that you wouldn’t get burnt because you wouldn’t rise up out of a tomb with Jesus.
“Well, she said scatter a few, leave a few on the fireplace, she wants me with her in the box when I go to the sky,” he added.
Duane said he wanted the ashes of Beth near him, but he realized that he wasn’t healthy.
“Well, I intended to bring them in the vehicle and placed them in a seatbelt,” he tells. “You really have to watch it. These are times when individuals go over the border and you really must watch how you do because I’ve been through experience to assist other people— I really mean that.” And you really need to watch how you do this because of my life. “You really have to watch it.”