I just read in Mental Floss magazine that when Genghis Khan died, those in charge of the burial went to great lengths to preserve the secret of his resting place. Apparently, Genghis’ funeral procession included 2,500 followers and a mounted bodyguard of 400 soldiers. Anyone who happened to stumble upon the procession was immediately put to death by the soldiers. When the procession finally arrived at its destination, 40 virgins were killed to provide Genghis the appropriate pleasures in the afterlife. Then, at the end of the funeral ceremony, the soldiers killed all 2,500 members of the procession. Upon their return to the capital, all 400 soldiers were all immediately put to death by another group of soldiers. I hope that they do that for me when I go!