Villagers Dig Up The Dead Relatives And Dress Them Up For Spooky Bizarre Festival!
Every culture has some weird rituals and festivals that they wholeheartedly follow. Some of them must be slaughtering animals and even digging up dead relatives. Well, this villager has the ritual of dressing up dead relatives! Read the full story to discover that...
The deceased ones are cleaned and dressed up.
Villagers in Rindigallo, Indonesia, who are the members of the Toraja community follow the ritual where they wash the rotten bodies and dress up in their favorite clothes.
They give a tribute to them.
Villagers even brush their hair for the festival which is held every three years. It’s said that the ritual is held out of respect for them.
Son lights up a cigarette for his grandfather.
“That’s how you roll grandpa.”
Man relaxing with his two loved ones.
The two deceased bodies you can see are of his wife and sister.
Loved ones are reburied.
Grandpa is buried again with his favorite sunglasses, suit, and cell phone that he used over the years. Some of the loved ones also bury jewelry with the bodies.
Look how happy the family looks with their deceased loved ones.
Bodies being stolen from the grave.
Local people are investigating cases where robbers are graving out the bodies to get out the precious stones and jewelry worn on their bodies. Well, human beings can’t even leave dead bodies alone! What do you think about the festival?