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Death Bed: The Bed That Eats is a 1977 American surrealist horror film written, produced, and directed by George Barry; it was his only feature. [1] [ better source needed ] The 2002 film DeathBed is loosely based on this film. [2]

Long ago, a demon fell in love with a woman and conjured up a bed on which to make love to her. The woman died during the act, and, in his grief, the demon wept tears of blood which fell on the bed and caused it to come to life. While the demon rests, the bed's evil is contained, but once every ten years, the demon wakes, giving the bed the power to physically eat human beings. Only one man, an artist identified as Aubrey Beardsley , was spared, as the bed condemned him to immortality behind a painting, where he must forever witness the bed taking victims. The bed passed from owner to owner until the present day.

A young couple trespass into the building and discover the bed. They make love on the bed, and the bed devours them. The artist mocks the bed for its stupidity. Enraged, the bed telekinetically destroys most of the house except for the room it is in.

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Often when dealing with will or beneficiary disputes we hear claims of the deceased, in their final days, telling their family and friends what they want them to have when they die, even if this contradicts their will or the intestacy rules.

If someone is or believes themselves to be close to death they may not have the time or energy to make or change a will but they still want to make specific gifts – can it be done?

Re Craven’s Estate [1937] .  The deceased was having an operation and knew there was a high risk that she would not survive.  She told her son and notified the bank of accounts which were to go to him should she die, which she did. Her conduct in notifying the bank was sufficient to show that she had parted with possession of the accounts.

Death Bed: The Bed That Eats is a 1977 American surrealist horror film written, produced, and directed by George Barry; it was his only feature. [1] [ better source needed ] The 2002 film DeathBed is loosely based on this film. [2]

Long ago, a demon fell in love with a woman and conjured up a bed on which to make love to her. The woman died during the act, and, in his grief, the demon wept tears of blood which fell on the bed and caused it to come to life. While the demon rests, the bed's evil is contained, but once every ten years, the demon wakes, giving the bed the power to physically eat human beings. Only one man, an artist identified as Aubrey Beardsley , was spared, as the bed condemned him to immortality behind a painting, where he must forever witness the bed taking victims. The bed passed from owner to owner until the present day.

A young couple trespass into the building and discover the bed. They make love on the bed, and the bed devours them. The artist mocks the bed for its stupidity. Enraged, the bed telekinetically destroys most of the house except for the room it is in.

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Death Bed: The Bed That Eats is a 1977 American surrealist horror film written, produced, and directed by George Barry; it was his only feature. [1] [ better source needed ] The 2002 film DeathBed is loosely based on this film. [2]

Long ago, a demon fell in love with a woman and conjured up a bed on which to make love to her. The woman died during the act, and, in his grief, the demon wept tears of blood which fell on the bed and caused it to come to life. While the demon rests, the bed's evil is contained, but once every ten years, the demon wakes, giving the bed the power to physically eat human beings. Only one man, an artist identified as Aubrey Beardsley , was spared, as the bed condemned him to immortality behind a painting, where he must forever witness the bed taking victims. The bed passed from owner to owner until the present day.

A young couple trespass into the building and discover the bed. They make love on the bed, and the bed devours them. The artist mocks the bed for its stupidity. Enraged, the bed telekinetically destroys most of the house except for the room it is in.



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