When it comes to bizarre demise customs, there are millions of ways to mourn the deceased. Not all cultures believe in burying the dead. Russians often leave black bread and shots of vodka for the dead individual to eat and drink on a spiritual level.
From how a man is let go to how he is memorialized, each society and religion has a unique method for burying, grieving and memorializing their perished ones.
Here are unique 5 death rituals from around the World:
-Aseki Smoked Bodies
-Tibetan Buddhist Sky Burials
Once every seven years, the Malagasy people of Madagascar uncover the bodies of loved ones, wrap them in cloth and dance with the corpse sacks. It probably smells really awful, so they splash it with wine and tell stories of their families.
-Send in Clowns
Even if you boycott black clothing and encourage a celebratory mood, funerals still have a tendency to be miserable. A few families of Europe call funeral clowns for reinforcement. The clowns offer tricks to respectfully lighten the state of mind. One Dutch clown can even be procured to break wind at tedious parts of the memorial. Sounds fun...unless you're frightened to death of clowns.