One hundred and fifty years ago a sarcophagus was shipped to the University of Sydney. Sometime during those years, the records reflected that it was empty, however when researchers opened it, guess what they found?
In 1915, upon entering a looted tomb in Deit el-Bersha an Egyptian necropolis, a severed head was found in the corner. For over a hundred years scientists have puzzled over who this was.
About 1,300 years ago a woman who lived in Egypt and was buried on the bank of the Nile River sought the protection of Saint Michael the Archangel. It was not enough to wear a talisman, instead she tattooed his name on her skin in order to invoke this mighty, angelic warrior.
Stranger Than Fiction Stories by Marlene Pardo Pellicer