have a look Life-size statue of Tutenkhamun, on display in the British Museum in London
Could the Curse of the Pharoahs have
been a virus or poisonous fungus left in the tombs in order to infect the unwary?
Some historians believe that the Ancient
Egyptians placed poison inside the tombs to
gain vengeance on grave robbers. Scientists
have also advanced many theories in recent
years that suggest food placed inside the
tomb to help the dead body’s spiritual
journey may actually have helped the
breeding of microscopic spores which
entered the explorer’s lungs when they
opened the tomb. This highly volatile
fungus, which would have developed
uninhibited over 3000 years, then caused
terrible fever and fatigue in the bodies it
If a picture is worth a thousen words what can be said about this pic above.
sorry this post comes from the book 100 strangest mysteries. By Matt Lamy.
edit on 29-4-2011 by mkkkay because: credits