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Uncle Merlin

It won't be pretty, it appears now that young king Tut died from several nasty head wounds in a hunting accident involving his chariot. Not unlike the way Diana met her untimely end. I bet there were conspiracies back then too, was the chariot rigged? Was he high on beer?

It all comes back to whether you believe Humpty Dumpty fell or was he pushed?

Uncle Merlin

Wow just looked at the face, very different from what I saw last week on the Disc. Channel. They showed the scan of his knee which broke right above the knee joint OUCH!; and the left side of his head where there appeared extensive damage. Ofcourse we are seeing his right side there but it looks like no head trauma in that photo.

Is it too much 4-1-1 to know the royal bippy survived?

Rana

When I was looking at the (admittedly small) pictures on the newspaper about this, what struck me was that the shape of Tut's head, and the shape of the heads of the men who were unwrapping him, were surprisingly similar. I don't know why, but I thought it was pretty neat.

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