by Ginger Ingenue
Once you're dead, every inch of you will be searched. Not just your body, but all your belongings. The things you have hidden in your house or apartment; the things you prize, and the things you're ashamed of. Stuff you believe safe, that no one else in the world will ever see. Your most private possessions. Journal pages. Secrets. And every concrete detail to who you were as a human being before you died.
Whether it's pilfered through by your next of kin, or by the police, depends on whether or not you get murdered.
According to Lt. Mark McPherson, "Murder victims have no claim to privacy."