When a family member of mine died, I was alone with his body for what couldn’t have been 10 minutes after he expired.
In Hollywood, the closing of the eyelids of a corpse is always done with a oh-so-soft gentle downward sweep lasting no more time than it takes for the hand to pass in front of the eyes.
In my case (which was not easy even to attempt, as you can well imagine) it was not physically easy and took a fairish amount of effort.
What’s going on there clinically?
NB: The fact that he was family should absolutely not have any bearing on the tenor of the responses from the T Millions. This happened many many years ago and I’ve wondered about it off-and-on since.