Narcís Bardalet, who had embalmed Dalí’s body in 1989, told the Catalan radio station RAC1 that finding the mustache intact was “a miracle.” He added: “Salvador Dalí is forever.”[caption id="attachment_6309" align="aligncenter" width="620"] A 1960s portrait of Dalí. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images[/caption]
The discovery of the mustache was a striking, if unintended, outcome of the opening of Dalí’s tomb, in a crypt beneath the museum that he had designed for himself in his hometown, Figueres, which has also become one of the Catalonia region’s main tourism destinations.
This story is a great addition to the crazy life of Salvador Dali. Surrealism is glued to him even after his death.
Here you can read the story of the 10 weird things you should know about Dali. His exhumation and mustaches are the 11th :)