The Mummies of the Capuchin Catacombs

When the Capuchin monastery of Palermo, Italy outgrew its cemetery in the 16th century, they began to inter the deceased inside of catacombs.  By today, it’s a popular tourist attraction for those with morbid curiosity.  Rumor has it that some of the mummies are fake, but you’d have a hard time telling the fakes from the real deal.

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