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The Mystery of the Shroud of Turin


The Shroud of Turin is a centuries-old linen cloth that appears to be a crucified man, believed by many to be that of Jesus Christ. It has become one of the most studied artifacts in human history. The amount of research on the cloth has been mind-boggling, being studied for hundreds of thousands of hours, but the controversy continues. Researchers have been unable to definitively prove the shroud is a forgery or if it is…




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