No matter how many friends you make at the end of the day, you need your family. Usually, everyone loves their family, but this village in Indonesia have taken it too far, almost to a scary extent.

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The tribe from Sulawesi island celebrates this Ma'nene festival, which literally translates to 'The Ceremony of Cleaning Corpses'. And, they do exactly what the name suggests!

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The villagers exhume their dead, wash and dress them up in fresh clothes and then pose for family photographs.

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The ancient ritual is for showing respect to their late loved ones. It has been going for more than a century.

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The coffins are replaced and repaired to stop the bodies from decomposing.

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They believe that death is not a final step, but just one step in an ongoing spiritual life.

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A dead army veteran for 10 years is redressed and groomed as a part of the festival.

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Maybe, they haven't heard of the phrase 'Rest In Peace' being said for the dead. Let it go, guys, just let it go.