Celebrating the Mexican Day of the Dead are these skeletons from the cavern scene in the Pirates of the Caribbean. One of the symbols used in Day of the Dead celebrations are skeletons doing activities that the living perform such as bands, dances, cleaning, feasting and many other things. In Pirates there are similar scenes maybe even inspired by the Day of the Dead figures, so I thought it appropriate to use this image to celebrate Dia De Los Muertos. The tag on the back of this 1968 publicity photo is as follows: Dead Man's Cove -- Boat-borne guests in Disneyland's "Pirates of the Caribbean" sail past "Dead Man's Cove" where there is evidence of past pirate activities. Who knows what may be buried beneath the red-tinged sand. Guests explore eerie caverns like this one in preparation for witnessing the buccaneer's attack on a Caribbean port village.