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Leap Castle. Nr. Birr. Co. Offaly The Most Haunted Castle in Ireland - Reading about this on their blog gives me the chills. It's very scary!

She's aged well: Face of incredibly preserved 700-year-old mummy found by chance by Chinese road workers

The preserved body of a 700 year old Ming Dynasty female, discovered on 1 Mar 2011 in Taizhou, Jiangsu, was rigid, her skin intact, her facial features, hair, eyelashes, etc. all clearly discernible, with her body measuring around meters long.

7 of the World’s Oldest Foods Discovered by Archeologists

Mummies of Vác, Hungary

In 1994 workers discovered a secret crypt that had been bricked up for over 200 years. Inside, 265 hand painted coffins were stacked, one on top of the other, in order of size. Inside, the occupants had naturally mummified, due to perfect conditions of temperature and aridity. Mummies of Vác, Hungary | Atlas Obscura

MUMMIES OF VÁC, HUNGARY. Hungarian mummies in beautiful painted coffins. In 1994 workers discovered a secret crypt that had been bricked up for over 200 years. Inside, 265 hand painted coffins were stacked, one on top of the other, in order of size. Inside, the occupants had naturally mummified, due to perfect conditions of temperature and aridity. The real delight of the mummies exhibited in Vac, Hungary, isn't the shriveled bodies and stretched skin, it is the coffins themselves.

Em 2006, em Londres, quando trabalhadores demoliam uma velha casa, eles descobriram uma coisa estranha. Uma incrível coleção de esqueletos de criaturas fantásticas escondida no porão da casa em ruínas. Aparentemente intocada desde 1940, as caixas encontradas continham mais de 5000 espécimes de flora e fauna, recolhidas, dissecadas e preservadas. A coleção também tinha artefatos (...)

Hypogeum of Ħal-Saflieni In 1902, workers on the island of Malta were digging a cistern for a new housing development when they accidentally cut through the ceiling of this unique structure. Reputed to be the only prehistoric subterranean temple in the world, the Hypogeum (a Latin spelling of a Greek term for “under the ground”) extends downward for three distinct levels, and most of the rooms are covered with an eerie red ochre. Discovered at the deepest level were the scattered