The internet has made one thing clear to us, we are never prepared to see the most bizarre things that are everywhere. An example of this is the rare photograph of a woman dressed as a nun dancing with a skeleton. The woman was wearing a cream nun’s habit and coif headpiece. The witness of the events and who captured the moment and then shared it on social media, detailed that the person was in the middle of the cemetery dancing alone.
“It was clearly attracting a lot of attention with people stopping to look closely and people in cars watching,” said the witness who uploaded the photo to Facebook and was widely commented.
Some users of the social network indicated that this could be part of a trick or art project, although this remains unknown. The puzzled glances of the people who passed near the place did not seem to affect her, as the lady continued dancing with the skeleton, while to one side she seemed to have a prop dog with which she would also begin to dance.
The event was captured from outside a cemetery in England in the city of Hull. The cemetery has been out of service for more than 50 years. The Hull General Cemetery has not been used for almost 50-years although remains one of the city’s most historic sites. Created in 1847 it was used until 1972 when it was closed.
It is the second most visited place in the city after the Capitol, so we can assume that this fake -or not- nun had her audience.
The place contains several key monuments and burial sites, including to those victims of a cholera outbreak in 1849, and the great and the good from Hull’s prosperous 19th-century community.