Coming outta his grave and he's been doin' just fine...
In 1725, a group of hunters were making their way through Hertswold Forest in Hanover, Germany. Fighting through the dense woodland, the party came upon the dishevelled figure of a boy.
Not only was he struck by lightning multiple times in his life, but once more after his death for good measure.
What may seem to be a simple piece of masonry is in fact the memorial to the most brutal and hysterical of executions.
A tomb in Uzbekistan is able to boast the unusual claim of housing not only a prophet, but a prophet that keeps getting bigger in death.
The lost mausoleum at Halicarnassus in Bodrum, Turkey was one of the most visually impressive burial monuments the world had ever seen
I must sound like a broken record, but I truly believe that every church has a fascinating history, or a weird little artefact hidden inside, and St Mary’s at Barton is no different.
The Hardy Tree is a centuries-old ash tree surrounded by a radiating circle of densely-packed headstones. But why was it created?
As much as the Victorians revelled in beauty and sentimentality, they really were a bunch of morbid sods at heart.
See them walking hand in hand across the bridge at midnight...