Lost art of mummification being revived in Brooklyn

I don’t have any pets that I would want to mummify. I only have a bearded dragon and fish, and I don’t think they would mummify particularly well. Nor do I want to be mummified when I die.  But you need to check out the profile of Sorceress Cagliastro that accompanies the video.  There is something so likable about this story, and the woman performing the mummification services.

Maybe it is that Ms. Cagliastro  is so passionate about what she does? Maybe it is that her dress, nails and hair are so unique and dark, but yet that is never an issue in the story? Or maybe it is just that she has a similar accent to many people in my family?  I don’t know what it is, but I like it.

Sorceress Cagliastro

Tiny top hat tip — Matthew S.

~ by siouxsielaw on September 27, 2011.

4 Responses to “Lost art of mummification being revived in Brooklyn”

  1. Wow. She is awesome. I dig her non de mort or plum or whatever.

  2. This is cool.

    I blogged this on my blog as part of the Countdown to Halloween and have referenced you as the source. Thanks for sharing this with us:)

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