“By publishing an Aramaic edition on Easter Sunday, we’re hoping a certain someone will read, enjoy and endorse this compelling afterlife travel guide,” said Adam Bisby, Mostly Amazing’s Supreme Leader. “After all, so many fascinating places have emerged since 33 AD, and you can only sit next to your dad for so long.”
The richly illustrated book, conveniently laminated to prevent ectoplasm smearing, highlights unique destinations such as:
Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem
Admire the magnificent stone arches that are believed to have been built over the biblical Calvary, where Jesus died and rose from the dead. Spectral practical jokers, meanwhile, will get a kick out of materializing above holiday crowds while wearing fake beards, loincloths and thorny crowns.
Evans City Cemetery, Pennsylvania
A must for zombies, this bucolic graveyard north of Pittsburgh was a shooting location for 1968’s Night of The Living Dead. Bury yourself, wait for a few movie buffs to show up, and let the fun begin! Bonus points for learning a few "Thriller" dance moves.
The Great Pyramid of Giza
Any mummy worth its sarcophagus should shuffle on over to the 147-metre-tall Great Pyramid of Giza. The good news: The only remaining Wonder of the Ancient World is almost as spectacular today as it was when it was constructed some 4,000 years ago. The bad news: You'll probably have to pose in a few selfies, so be sure to have some really nasty curses cooked up.
For a limited time, each copy of 1,000 Places To See After You Die will include a complimentary harp holster and pitchfork stand. The guide is also available in a fireproof format, with miniature and waterproof versions designed for readers who are reincarnated as insects or marine creatures.
“With the eternal souls of everyone who has ever lived among our potential readership, we’re confident that the first-ever guide to bucket-list travel for after you've kicked the bucket will achieve bestseller status,” Bisby added. “Plus, it makes an inevitably wonderful gift for anyone still alive today, except maybe Elon Musk."
To order a copy of 1,000 Places To See After You Die, simply click here.