Whose grave is widely said to carry a curse against whoever disturbs it?

It’s William Shakespeare’s grave that is said to carry a curse on whoever disturbs it. 

The curse of pharaohs is the one that casts a spell on someone who tries to disturb the grave and believes in bringing doomsday to the person. 

It is assumed that the curse does not only apply on humans but also on creatures like dogs and cats, as there have been traces of dead bodies of animals near Shakespeare’s grave. 

This practice of mummifying the dead body before its burial was followed by Egyptians so that the body could rest and be protected from immoral souls and their afterlife journey could be easy.

These are the lines written on Shakespeare’s grave instead of his name “Good friend, for Jesus’ sake forbear, to dig the dust enclosed here. Blessed be the man that spares these stones, And cursed be he that moves my bones.”

This is why it is said that the grave carries a curse.