For centuries the Anga tribe living in the highlands of Papua-New Guinea have practised a unique form of mummification for their
dead – smoke curing. The smoked mummies of Aseki have fascinated anthropologists, writers and filmmakers for over a hundred
years. In this episode we find out more about these mysterious people and their customs. And in doing so we may just unravel the greatest mystery of all – what really happens to us after we die?