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    Posted January 26, 2010 by
    Sagada, Philippines, Philippines
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    Hanging coffins


    The tradition of hanging coffins in Sagada, Philippines is way back 2,000 years ago. In some burial site, you can see collapsed coffins and skeletons are scattered on the ground.

    Until now, some are practicing this tradition. There's a belief that you'll have good luck if a blood drops on you while carrying the coffin going to the burial site.

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