Sign up for DML's newsletter

As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by

Trey Ganem talks to the dead, and he makes their coffins.

Now the owner of SoulShine Industries, a company that makes customized coffins in Edna, Texas, is donating his efforts to the victims of the school shooting in Uvalde.

The article goes on to state the following:

Ganem, 50, told The Post Saturday he is covering the costs of the coffins, which retail for about $3,400 each. He said he met with the families of 19 of the victims — 18 children and one teacher — and he has designed coffins featuring dinosaurs, butterflies, softball and scenes from TikTok videos.

Ganem, who is the star of the A&E reality show “Trey the Texas Medium” said, “I was called by a few people who needed caskets urgently, and the whole thing really tore me up so I decided to help.”

He started designing the coffins on Friday after speaking with the families on Wednesday and Thursday. It’s a four-hour drive for Ganem to Uvalde, where he said all of the coffins should arrive by Tuesday in time for the funerals.

The caskets are manufactured at the Cherokee Casket Company in Georgia; Ganem paints them.

Reportedly, Ganem is making the painted coffins for all of the children except for one; no further elaboration was given.

To get more information about this article, please visit

Listen to the latest daily DML podcasts below! Then please share. And if you have the DML NEWS APP, please tell people to download it today and help conservatives have a real voice.

Sign up for DML's newsletter
Previous articleWATCH: Wyoming candidate Harriet Hageman brings the house down in incredible speech at Trump rally
Next articleWATCH: Actor Jon Voight posts moving video tribute to victims of Texas school shooting



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here