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    Juliana Linton, 8, looks at herself using the front-facing camera on her smartphone during the 17th annual Dia De Los Muertos held at Pepper Place in Birmingham Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. The Day of the Dead festival is a Mexican tradition held to honor those that have died. The festival showcases altars of loved ones, handcrafted masks, skeletons, skulls, marigolds, and lit candles, providing a warm and inviting place for the spirits of the deceased to celebrate with loved ones for a few hours during the festival. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    A man dressed in a skeleton costume and decorated skeleton mask attends the 17th annual Dia De Los Muertos, aka Day of the Dead, held at Pepper Place in Birmingham Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. The Day of the Dead festival is a Mexican tradition held to honor those that have died. The festival showcases altars of loved ones, handcrafted masks, skeletons, skulls, marigolds, and lit candles, providing a warm and inviting place for the spirits of the deceased to celebrate with loved ones for a few hours during the festival. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

    Altars decorated with lit candles, marigolds, skulls, and photographs for deceased pets are displayed during the 17th annual Dia De Los Muertos held at Pepper Place in Birmingham Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. The Day of the Dead festival is a Mexican tradition held to honor those that have died. The festival showcases altars of loved ones, handcrafted masks, skeletons, skulls, marigolds, and lit candles, providing a warm and inviting place for the spirits of the deceased to celebrate with loved ones for a few hours during the festival. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

    Wendy Jarvis looks at different skull puppets during the 17th annual Dia De Los Muertos held at Pepper Place in Birmingham Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. The Day of the Dead festival is a Mexican tradition held to honor those that have died. The festival showcases altars of loved ones, handcrafted masks, skeletons, skulls, marigolds, and lit candles, providing a warm and inviting place for the spirits of the deceased to celebrate with loved ones for a few hours during the festival. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    Ava Baggarly, 9, applies red lipstick for Juliana Linton, 8, as they arrive at the 17th annual Dia De Los Muertos held at Pepper Place in Birmingham Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. The Day of the Dead festival is a Mexican tradition held to honor those that have died. The festival showcases altars of loved ones, handcrafted masks, skeletons, skulls, marigolds, and lit candles, providing a warm and inviting place for the spirits of the deceased to celebrate with loved ones for a few hours during the festival. Photo by Erin Nelson

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    Katie Rogers, left, applies make-up to the eyes of Juliana Linton, 8, as Linton’s sister Andie, 10, far-right, looks on during the 17th annual Dia De Los Muertos held at Pepper Place in Birmingham Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. The Day of the Dead festival is a Mexican tradition held to honor those that have died. The festival showcases altars of loved ones, handcrafted masks, skeletons, skulls, marigolds, and lit candles, providing a warm and inviting place for the spirits of the deceased to celebrate with loved ones for a few hours during the festival. Photo by Erin Nelson