A set of three carved mortuary poles that still stand on a well-protected curve of beach. It is undoubtedly the most elaborate Haida Mortuary and unlike any other on the islands. The central pole was originally about 5.4 metres tall, with those on the sides only slightly shorter. A fourth plain post at the back helps to support the burial chamber about 3.6 metres from the ground, which appears to have held the remains of a single individual.
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