Living among the dead: Families make their home among Venezuela’s looted tombs

The large southern public cemetery in Venezuela’s capital Caracas holds the remains of thousands of deceased. But it is also home to a handful of living. The victims of poverty in a country stuck in an economic crisis, a number of families have created makeshift homes among the tombstones or in the mausoleums. Some have found a way to earn extra food and money by protecting the graves from robbers, who regularly plunder the graves in search of something valuable.