Guanajuato, Mexico. The museum's collection consists of naturally mummified corpses unearthed after a Cholera epidemic. The museum is bare bones, without much interpretation. Most interesting is the visitor interactions, which are visceral.. One large vitrine (unintentionally) reflects the image of the mummies onto the visitors. The English translation of the Juan Jaramillo label is written in first person and humorous. They say the museum is haunted. On the way out the visitors are offered a photo op, to stand inside a dingy coffin. Most of them prefer to sit in the nearby alcove.