Many people like to think that as people head towards death, especially if they can foresee it, either through illness or age, they try to make amends or at least heal the wounds of those they hurt. But that is not always the case.
By M.P. Pellicer | Eerie.News
In 1940, Lawrence Zarilli, who taught Italian at Alcée Fortier High School in New Orleans, was writing a history of Italians in Louisiana. In the records of the Muttuo Beneficenza or Italian Benevolent Society, he came across a story concerning a tomb paid for by the society at the cost of close to $50,000, which was believed to bring death to its creators. In modern times it became known as the "Hex Tomb".
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