By M.P. Pellicer | Eerie.News
In 1940, Lawrence Zarilli, who taught Italian at Alcée Fortier High School in New Orleans, was writing a history of Italians in Louisiana. In the records of the Muttuo Beneficenza or Italian Benevolent Society, he came across a story concerning a tomb paid for by the society at the cost of close to $50,000, which was believed to bring death to its creators. In modern times it became known as the "Hex Tomb".
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