A young Cuban woman reported the discovery of human skeletons in a landfill in the province of Holguín.
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When the woman stopped to look, she saw that it was the discovery of “human skeletons.”
In response to an Internet user, he added that the incident happened in the neighborhood of Pueblo Nuevo, province of Holguín.
Until now, the origin of the bones is unknown. A forero said that “from the cutting” one of the skulls had “I would say that they were stolen from a cemetery for some religious work.”
This was also recently discovered human skeleton in the trash in the Latin American district of Santa Clara, as confirmed by the official Fuerza del Pueblo Facebook profile.
The aforementioned source described as a “rumor” the report that spread on the networks that what was found was a mutilated body and emphasized that, after the analysis of Forensic Medicine specialists, it was known that the skull found- it belongs to a person who died more than 15. years ago. years.
The aforementioned report stated that the skull “could have been taken from the cemetery to be used in the work of Santeria, an activity very common in the Condado (district).”
The theft of skulls for use in religious rituals is an ancient evil in Cuban cemeteries.
In recent years, complaints of this kind have risen, along with the increase of all kinds of vandalism in Cuban cemeteries, from the theft of decorative elements and artificial flowers from the vaults to desecration of coffins.