The conventions and individual convictions concerning existence in the wake of death fluctuate from society to society. The populace of Mesopotamia, for instance, accepted that without a legitimate entombment the phantom would come back to frequent them. The Maya, then again, covered their dead in a way that helped immediate the soul to the underworld. The one thought that is general is the longing for the soul to proceed onward and for the carcass to stay covered. Tragically, it doesn't generally work out that way. Body grabbing is a dim practice that has and will keep on happening for reasons exactly as bewildering as the demonstration itself.