BILD.de tells the exciting history of a strange find in Egypt. Only completely few humans ever got the finger photos to face, which were taken up 1988 in the country of the Pharaonen and pyramids. BILD.de shows it now for the first time and exclusively in Germany. [...] On the last day of its private researcher vacation he got 1988 contact to an old man from a grave robber dynasty. About 100 kilometers northeast of Cairo the meeting in a farmhouse in Bir Hooker took place. Against 300 dollar was allowed to throw a view to Spörri on the unsalable family treasure of the grave robber.
If this was a finger the bone sticking out should not be broken but should be a knuckle.
Originally posted by KillerQueen
And why does such a valuable find appear to be placed so casually on someone's couch?
Originally posted by babybunnies
About as reliable a news source as "The Sun" in England, I'd assume. Or CBC in Canada