This reminds me of Hamlet because this is something that really represents Hamlet. In the graveyard he sees the skull of an old friend of his. This is also a bug part because its foreshadowing that everybody dies.
Funeral homes and crematoriums can be unsettling simply because most people want to avoid them. If you have to go to one, it’s because you’ve lost someone,
mid-1820s New Orleans - LaLaurie household: a wealthy, high-class family, but their treatment of slaves was nothing short of despicable. ... 70-year-old woman chained to the stove by her ankle later admitted that she started the fire as a suicide attempt, in order to avoid Madame LaLaurie’s punishments. In the attic, authorities found a dozen maimed and starving slaves... mouths sewn shut, amputated limbs, and victim to other macabre experiments.
Islands, whether fictional or real, have long been the subject of myths and mysteries. Just think of Atlantis or the Oak Island pit. And there are plenty o