First off, the bodies in this museum are not mummies but rather desiccated corpses in various states of decomposition. Most were buried in the early to mid 1800's and disinterred in the early 1900's when some enterprising people thought they could make a buck displaying the dead that had been unusually preserved. All displayed had the misfortune of having surviving relatives who ceased paying their "cemetery rent". RIP this is not. Many of the corpses have had their burial clothes removed....they didn't just rot away....I found this to be very distasteful. Many were adorned with salacious explanations of death based on nada: explanations like, this woman was buried alive and that is why her hands are like claws (clawing at the coffin lid) and her mouth is agape from screaming....totally gratuitous. I know that people are interested in graphic death, so if that fits you, knock yourself out with this place. One last note, I would strongly urge those with young children to consider skipping this one.....very graphic.
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