Children’s lives are often influenced by the circumstances of their parents. When resources are scarce, home may be found even in a cemetery.
Children of these families help shape a unique life in an uncommon place. They live in local cemeteries, sleep on top graves and find shelter inside mausoleums—which their parents often maintain in exchange for the opportunity to live there.
Yet, kids are kids and have ways of making their home a playground. They find joy in everyday life, while growing up among the dead.