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Relatives of the dead carry the newly shrouded bones back to their tomb during a Famadihana, a 'turning of the bones' reburial ceremony. These are still popular in rural areas where every seven years the family tomb is opened and the remains of the entombed relatives are taken outside to be rewrapped in new shrouds and feted with music and dancing to ward off ill luck believed to be caused by angry ancestors....