There are numerous different religions throughout the world, and different people believe in a variety of different things, which influences their religious decisions. As a result, some people exercise strange burial rights for their deceased.
A viral photo from allegedly western Kenya has left web users perplexed when a man was buried while still seated in a casket, capturing the public's attention and raising more questions than answers.
The burial images of a loved one in a chair-made casket in a certain community have gone viral and are currently making waves online.
However, confirmed sources claim that the Balunda tribe typically burys their dead in this manner; they bury their relatives while still seated, and it has become a practice for them.
Some strange coffin designs have been uncovered online in recent images, with site creators eliciting crazy emotions and igniting a firestorm of debate.
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Following the images taken at this particular burial ritual, online users made some amusing and concerning comments; it came as a surprise and everyone was astonished to learn this, and the majority of people labeled the event as an end-time act.
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