The cemetery, the last stop of our journey from this world to the next world, is a monument (pun)! and some of the most unusual rituals to resist the spirits, as well as some of the darkest and most terrible legends and legends. . Using tombstones may make people believe that ghosts may be pushed down. The maze found at the entrance to many ancient tombs was thought to have been built to make the deceased no longer return to the world as a spirit, because it is believed that ghosts can only travel in a straight line. Some people even think that the funeral procession must return from the grave through a different path from the deceased, so that the departing ghosts cannot follow them home. Some of the rituals we are practicing now, as a sign of respect for the deceased, may also stem from fear of the spirit. Beating on the grave, gun shooting, funeral bells and squeaks were used by some cultures to scare away other ghosts in the cemetery. In many cemeteries, most of the tombs are positioned in such a way that the head of the body is west and the foot is east. This very old custom seems to have originated from the pagan sun worshippers, but mainly thanks to Christians who believe that the final summons of the judgment will come from the East. Some Mongolian and Tibetan cultures are known for practicing “Tian funeral”, placing the bodies of the deceased in a highly unprotected place for consumption by wildlife and other elements. This is part of Vajrayana’s Buddhist belief, “the reincarnation of the soul, which teaches that it is unnecessary to respect the body after death, because it is just an empty ship.