It’s been 150 years since Abraham Lincoln died at 7:22 a.m. on April 15, 1865, after being shot in the head at Ford’s Theatre the preceding night. In the century and a half since his death, he has been solidified as a legend in America’s collective conscience. However, it’s necessary to remember how important he was to the American people at the time of his death. The country mourned him together, and set off a journey to ensure he was commemorated extensively and expensively. Here are 14 interesting and weird facts about Abraham Lincoln’s funeral and burial.