An ancient village has been discovered in Indonesia where they roast their dead relatives over an open fire and keep as mummies for a long time.
According to Daily Star UK:
Dani people from the central highlands of western New Guinea, Indonesia, have been able to preserve their dead for centuries with smoke.
Though it also reports that the technique is no longer in use, a tribe in Wogi – a village close to the regional capital, Wamena – has held on to a number of mummies which it refused to bury.
Tradition in that region requires smoking someone over a fire for weeks, or even months which they believe to be the ultimate show of respect for the deceased in Dani culture.
In recent years, the bizarre culture has attracted alot of tourists to this isolated part of Indonesia.
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