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Ven Baclig
Ven Baclig

As Mr. Stanaway said, above photos has the same fetus position as what we have in Sagada, Philippines. They say the reason behind this is because the dead shout part this world the same way before one is born.

Hamish Stanaway
Hamish Stanaway

These coffins are of the same design , appear to be the same or similar dimensions, and are used in the same physical arrangement (part way up a steep cliff) as the hanging coffins located in Sagada, in the Philippines.

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