There are 12 off the beaten path places tagged bones:

Tengzug shrines of Tallensi

Tallensi people of Tongo in Northern Ghana have colorful traditions and interesting shrines. The main shrine in Tengzug requires a pilgrim to enter topless and witness the ritual sacrifice, if the…

Actun Tunichil Muknal cave

Actun Tunichil Muknal is a cave near San Ignacio in Belize, also known as ATM cave was considered the domain of the Lords of Xibalba, and translates as "Cave of the Crystal Sepulchre". The cave has…

Aghori - the holy cannibals of Shiva

Aghori are a Shaiva sect of sadhus in India, the representatives of which can be found around cremation grounds, because they eat human flesh, cover themselves with ashes and perform strange practices…
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Ghar dalam cave

Ghar Dalam Cave belongs to Malta‚Äôs oldest prehistoric sites, having plenty of prehistoric stuff on display - the remains of Ice Age animals, dwarf elephants, micro-mammals, human bones and…
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Carthage tophet

The Tophet at Carthage is the biggest ancient cemetery, which holds many secrets. One of the mysteries of the place is still being speculated upon - why are the graves filled with infant and animal…

Capuchin Crypt, Rome

Capuchin Crypt in Rome holds the remains of 4000 monks, which were later exhumed and their bones used for decoration of the walls, ceilings and tombs - a spectacular sight of necroart.

The bones of Smok Wawelski

Once upon a time, the dragon, Smok Wawelski, terrorized the area of Krakow, Poland. The bones of the said dragon can be seen on the walls of the Cathedral of Wawel, and any guide will tell you the…
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Murambi Genocide memorial center

Murambi Genocide memorial center is one of the most graphic displays of the remains of 1994 Rwandan genocide victims, serving as a testimony of what has occurred.
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Cele Kula - the Skull Tower of Nis

Cele Kula, the Skull Tower, with 952 skulls immured into its outer walls, is one of the most sinister monuments of the city of Nis.
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