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Mexico Sightseeing

A Tourist Attraction That will Make You Think Of Your Final Act of Gratitude

A Chilling Tourist Attraction

In 1865, Guanajuato’s new burial taxes were more than some people could afford, but the government didn’t care. There was money to be made. After three missed payments, gravediggers removed the body from its grave. The gravediggers then placed the corpses in airtight wooden slots above ground. Many poor people were never buried at all. All of these people are on eternal display for the rest of…

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Woman of action and adventure. I write off-beat stories. I’m on Instagram, too: @moodandmystery

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