weird❤️Grave dolls were sometimes made and left at the grave of a deceased infant. It was made of wax, and had locks of hair from the deceased child. It sounds morbid by today's standards, but it was not too uncommon in the century.
A tiny woman and two children were laid to rest on a bed of flowers years ago in what is now the barren Sahara Desert. Their skeletons were found 5000 years later with the arms of the children still extended to the woman in an embrace.
This is a grave from the Victorian age when a fear of zombies and vampires was prevalent. The cage was intended to trap the undead just in case the corpse reanimated. --- Wow, We Are A Bunch Of Weird Humans Who Need Prayer ---
Myrtle Corbin was known far and wide in the late nineteenth century as the Four-Legged Woman. While at a glance one could plainly see four legs dangling beyond the hem of her dress – only one pair belonged to her, the other set to her dipygus twin sister.