From St. Lucy to St. Andrew Parish Churches in the North, to St. Philip Church and Bushy Park Cemetery in the East, Westbury Cemetery on the outskirts of the City, they all have something in common. Take a stroll through any of the cemeteries identified and you are likely to stumble upon the remains of love ones thought to be buried casually strewn across the graveyards.
BU recalls that after seven years a grave site not purchased is reused. What we are not aware of is that the remains of the bodies that occupied the grave should be dumped on the surface of the graveyard without regard to the sensitivity of the matter and the dignity of others.
The following images were captured at the graveyards mentioned, viewer discretion is advised. Among the images to be viewed: the remains of a foot in a stocking, skull, tie from a dead body, femur, ribs and other parts of the human skeleton.
What a disgrace!
BU wishes to thank a concerned Barbadian who did the leg work to expose this disgusting matter.