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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The Mummies of Guanajuato are a number of naturally mummified bodies interred during a cholera outbreak around Guanajuato, Mexico in 1833. The human bodies appear to have been disinterred between 1870 and 1958.What is the mummies' museum in Mexico City?
The mummified bodies were stored in a building and in the 1900s began attracting tourists. Cemetery workers began charging people a few pesos to enter the building where bones and mummies were stored. This place was turned into a museum called El Museo De Las Momias (“The Mummies’ Museum”).Is Guanajuato's museum the most haunted museum in the world?
Though quaint and unsuspecting, Guanajuato has made a name for itself with a bizarrely macabre tourism attraction that is likely the most disturbing and haunting museum in the world. The mummified remains of a human now on display in Guanajuato’s Museum of the Mummies.What happened to Guanajuato cemetery in 1833?
Mexico in 1833 was a dark place, in the grip of a terrible Cholera outbreak that took the lives of many. During this time, Mexican cemeteries filled quickly and the small, colorful Saint Paola Cemetery in Guanajuato was no exception.